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Fake signature and less than 24% marks… this is how UPPCS-J exam rigging is exposed

Nita Yadav

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Cheating in Uppcs J Exam

Discrepancy has been observed in Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission PCS-J 2022 Main Exam Result. The commission has admitted the irregularities in the Allahabad High Court. The Commission has informed the High Court that five officials who prepared the results have been found guilty and three officials have been suspended. Admitting the exchange of copies of fifty candidates, the Commission told the High Court that two bundles of 25 copies each were exchanged and due to this wrong coding was done on them.

While investigating the matter, the commission found 5 officials guilty, who have been prosecuted. 3 officials have been suspended. Departmental action has been taken against one officer, while permission has been sought from the government to take action against retired Assistant Review Officer Chandrakala. The Commission has suspended Section Officer Shiv Shankar, Review Officer Neha Shukla and Assistant Review Officer Bhagwati Devi for negligence in preparing the result. Also, departmental action has been taken against Deputy Secretary Satish Chandra Mishra.

Commission admits human error

UP Public Service Commission Secretary Ashok Kumar has claimed that there was human error in the copies and wrong coding in their bundles. The commission told the high court that necessary steps are being taken to avoid recurrence of such mistakes in future. All the changed copies were in English and this was paper number 100.

Now what will happen to the candidates who have been appointed?

Petitioner Shravan Pandey’s advocate Vibhu Rai says that the commission has recruited for 302 posts and everyone has been appointed. In such a situation, the High Court has now asked the Commission what will happen to the results of candidates whose copies have been changed due to coding? The court has sought an answer to this. The court has asked how many candidates will be excluded and how many will get seats if the exam is re-conducted, and what will be done with the candidates who have already joined? The court seeks answers to all these questions from the commission in a fresh affidavit. The High Court will hear the matter on July 8.

Candidate sought information through RTI

Candidate Shravan Pandey says that the handwriting has changed in his English answer sheet. Torn pages were found in the second answer book. This is the reason why he failed the exam. He appeared for the PCS J Mains exam in 2022, the result of which was declared on 30 August 2023. After the results were declared, Shravan Pandey was not satisfied with the marks he got, then asked the commission to provide the information through RTI.

The High Court asked to see the answer sheet

When the Commission’s information came out, the reality came out. Information was given about the marks given in 6 papers of Pandey. He was told that he got only 47 marks (less than 24 percent) in an English paper of 200 marks. After this he again filed RTI and asked to show answer sheet of all 6 papers. After the answer sheet came out, it was found that the handwriting of the English paper did not match with what he had written on the answer sheet. He noticed that three to four pages of the Hindi answer book were torn. Now the court has directed the commission to show the answer sheet of 6 papers.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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