Internet ban likely to enforce in Jaipur during Rajasthan teacher recruitment exam

Internet shutdown may enforce in Jaipur during Rajasthan teacher recruitment exams, it may occur in 11 districts from 6 am to 6 pm.

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The Staff Selection Board failed to stop cheating in recruitment examinations in Rajasthan, wants to shut down the internet. The Rajasthan Staff Selection Board sent a letter to the Chief Secretary requesting the ban from February 25 to March 1.

Reportedly, the teacher recruitment exam is going to be held on 25, 26, 27 February and 1 March for 48,000 posts in the state. The exam will be held in 11 districts of the state. In order to prevent copying and paper leaks in the examination, the Staff Selection Board has written a letter to the Chief Secretary on Friday, demanding a net ban in these four days. After this, the Home Department has written a letter to all the Divisional Commissioners demanding action as per the rules. In such a situation, net ban can be done in 11 districts from 6 am to 6 pm on Saturday.

Around two crore people will get troubled with this internet ban from 6 am to 6 pm for 4 days regarding teacher recruitment in 11 districts of Rajasthan. The examination is being organized by the commission in Jaipur, Jodhpur, Ajmer, Bhilwara, Kota, Bikaner, Tonk, Bharatpur, Alwar, Sriganganagar and Udaipur districts.

The recruitment test will be conducted in 9 shifts from February 25 to March 1 in 11 districts. On February 25, the level one exam will be conducted in the first shift. According to the subject of Level 2, there will be a recruitment exam from the second shift on 25th February itself till 1st March. For which candidates will be given entry in the examination centers only when they reach one and half hour earlier and that too in the dress code prescribed by the Staff Selection Board.

Entry allowed in the dress code prescribed by the board

Dress code has been fixed for the candidates appearing in the Teacher Recruitment Examination by the Staff Selection Commission. In such a situation, any candidate who will not follow the dress code will not be given entry in the examination center. As per the dress code issued by the board, candidates should not come wearing coat, tie, muffler, jerkin, blazer, shawl etc. They can take the exam only by wearing their shirt, without pockets, a warm jersey, or a sweater which does not have big buttons.

Female candidates will not be allowed to come wearing full sleeve kurta, shirt, blouse, etc. and wearing big buttons, any type of brooch or badge or flower. On the other hand, candidates will not be allowed to go wearing any type of jewelry or other jewelry like bangles, earrings, rings, bracelets, etc. except thin bangles made of lac-glass. However, you can wear rubber bands or simple hair pins in your hair.

Along with this, candidates will not be allowed to enter the examination center wearing watches, shoes, sandals, socks, sunglasses, belts, handbags, hair pins, gandas, amulets, caps, hats, scarves, stoles, shawls, mufflers. However, Sikh candidates have been allowed to appear in the examination wearing religious symbols like kada, kirpan and turban.

Carry with you any type of pen other than blue ball pen, water bottle, purse, bag, geometry, pencil box, plastic pouch, calculator, board, pad, cardboard, pen drive, rubber log table, scanner, books, notebook Candidates will not be able to enter the examination center by carrying slips, whitener, any kind of communication device, slide rule, any kind of weapon.

Free travel in Rajasthan Roadways for 7 days

More than 9 lakh candidates are expected to appear in the recruitment exam. In such a situation, the Rajasthan government has given the relief of free travel in roadways buses for the movement of the candidates. Under which, from February 24 to March 2, candidates will be able to travel free of cost anywhere in the state by showing their admit card in the Rajasthan border. However, this facility will be available only in Blue Line buses of Rajasthan Roadways.

Will check with metal detector

To prevent cheating in the teacher recruitment examination, candidates will be given entry in the center only after checking with a metal detector. At the same time, only after the verification of the collector, the employees will be appointed at the examination center. During this, the employees posted at the center will also not be able to use mobiles. However, during this period only the Center Superintendent will be allowed to keep a keypad mobile at the examination center.

Negligence can be risky

Candidates cannot bring any kind of electronic equipment like mobile, bluetooth, calculator to the center in the examination to be held in 5 days and 9 rounds across the state. In such a situation, if any of these things is found with the candidate, then action will be taken against him under the Prevention of Unfair Means Act, 1992.

On the other hand, for copying and rigging during the examination, under the law made against copying in Rajasthan, along with the punishment of 10 to 12 years, the property of the accused will be seized and fine will be recovered from him.

A total of 48,000 posts of Grade Third Teacher will be recruited in Rajasthan. The recruitment exam will be conducted in two phases for Level-1 and Level-2. In this, the first phase exam is conducted only for eligibility, while the second phase exam will be conducted for the selection of teachers.

The result of the eligibility test held on 23rd and 24th July has been released on 29th September. Now the recruitment test will be conducted from February 25 to March 1 for the selection of candidates passed on September 29. In this, only the candidates who have passed the REET exam will be able to apply.

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