On behalf of the Central Selection Board (Constable Recruitment), the examination was conducted in 38 districts of the state for the recruitment of prohibition constables in the Prohibition, Excise and Registration Department. This exam was conducted for 689 posts. The students who passed the exam said that the standard of the questions was good. Many questions were confusing.
75 to 80 cutoff likely to go
Examination expert M Rahman told that 100 questions of total 100 marks were asked in this examination, which were objective in nature. If we talk about questions, then questions were asked from History, Geography, Polity, Economics, Science, Reasoning and Mathematics. 3-4 questions were asked from reasoning power, 6-8 questions from maths and 5-6 questions from current affairs. To pass this exam, it is necessary to have qualifying marks. Next there will be physical test and on the basis of that merit list will be prepared. There is a possibility of 75 to 80 cutoff for general category students. At the same time, 35% reservation for women, separate seats have also been reserved for transgender and independent fighters.
76 percent of the candidates took the exam
Let us tell you that the written examination conducted by the Central Selection Board (Constable Recruitment) on Sunday for the recruitment of 689 posts of Prohibition Constable was peaceful. Around 76% candidates appeared in the examination at the centers set up in all the 38 districts. According to the council, e-admit cards were issued to 3,65,215 candidates to appear in the examination, out of which 2,77,563 candidates appeared.
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Jammer was installed at the examination center
The official said that the written examination was conducted in one shift in all the 38 districts of the state. A total of 668 examination centers were made for this. He told that thumb impressions and photographs of the candidates have also been taken through biometric method during the examination. Along with this, jammers were also installed at each examination center. Stickers containing photos, names and roll numbers of the candidates were also used for malpractice-free and peaceful examination.
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