A total of 96,243 candidates of Gujarat will be attending the preliminary examination for the post of PSI on March 6.
The city police commissioner has given strict instructions before the examination regarding restrictions around the examination venue.
Special arrangements have been made in Ahmedabad for the observance of law and order during this examination. Special instructions have been issued to close all Xerox shops around the centre to ensure that no irregularities occur in the examination. Apart from this, it is also forbidden to carry any mobile or electric gadget in the examination centre.
City Police Commissioner Sanjay Shri Vastava said that the police force and home guards on duty and the examination follow-up will not be applicable to the officers and employees on duty. All the examinees as well as all the officers and employees engaged in the conduct of the examination shall wear masks compulsorily and maintain social distance. Violation of this declaration will be punishable under the offence of breach of declaration.
Regarding development exams, Vikas Sahay said that in the last few years, they have focused on recruitment exams. In view of the seriousness with which some incidents like LRD examination have taken place, DGP Ashish Bhatia has instructed that those involved in the crime committed earlier are being monitored. A 75 page SOP has been issued by the recruitment board in which responsibility regarding traffic, police, classroom and planning has been planned.
However, this time the exam will be taken with a mobile jammer and mobile and internet will be closed at the exam venue. A central government agency has been managing the centre.
Banaskantha police came to know about one such case in which a case has been registered against a total of four persons. Police have arrested the four before trying to defraud one person and the other will be prosecuted. He also asked for a wireless-equipped GPS tracker with a strong look in Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad.