SSB Examination:: Div Com, IG Jammu Reviews Preparedness

 
JAMMU, Feb 11: Divisional Commissioner Jammu Dr. Pawan Kotwal convened a high level meeting regarding smooth conduct of written examinations to be conducted by the Service Selection Board here today.
 
To ensure fair and transparent conduct of examinations, the Divisional Commissioner directed all Deputy Commissioners and concerned officers to assist the SSB and provide full support for the examinations. He advised the district offices to identify the venues and their seating capacities and share those details with the SSB at the earliest. He asked the administrators to inspect the venues prior to the exams to make certain that proper illumination and sufficient seating is available to the candidates.
 
Issues regarding orientation courses for the invigilators prior to the exam, uninterrupted power supply during the exam in coordination with the PDD, security arrangements at the centre, police escort for lifting of examination material and depositing it at the identified place, establishment of ready force in case of any disruption by anti social elements and additional observers from the district offices were discussed and appropriate directions were issued to the concerned.
 
The Divisional commissioner as the nodal officer directed district administrations to work in close coordination with the SSB so as to ensure proper arrangements for the conduct of examinations.
 
The meeting was attended by IGP Jammu, Danesh Rana, Director Colleges Tariq A. Kawoos and Deputy Commissioners and police chiefs of all the Districts of Jammu Division.  

 

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