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Demonstration to re-conduct RO-ARO pre-examination Commission seeks report from 58 districts – Education News

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UPPSC RO-ARO Exam Paper Leak: Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission has intensified internal investigation into the allegations of paper leak of Review Officer (RO)/Assistant Review Officer (ARO) Preliminary Examination-2023. RO/ARO preliminary examination was held at 2387 centers in 58 districts of the state. In such a situation, the Commission is investigating each centre. Reports have been sought from nodal officers of 58 districts. According to sources, nodal officers have been asked at what time the paper reached which center and when the bundle of paper was opened. CCTV footage of this entire process has also been sought.

According to Commission sources, whatever evidence has come to light so far or has been provided by the candidates, the answer keys of the question papers of both the shifts were made viral on WhatsApp and other social media an hour before the commencement of the examination. In the answer key of the first question paper which was made viral, the alternative answers of half the questions were correct and half were incorrect. At the same time, in the Hindi question paper in the second shift, the alternative answers of only 28 questions were correct and the answers to the remaining questions were wrong. If the question paper had been out at the commission level or at the printing press level, it would have reached the candidates long ago. The answers to all the questions were also correct. According to sources, the examination centers are being scrutinized on the basis of these facts.

Alleging paper leak in the RO/ARO recruitment examination, the candidates protested outside the gate of the Public Service Commission for the second day on Wednesday.

CBI investigation requested
Competitive students of Yuva Manch on Wednesday sent a memorandum addressed to the President and Chief Minister through the district administration on the issue of paper leak in RO/ARO and police recruitment examination. The contestants demanded a CBI inquiry into the paper leak case, strict action against those involved in the case and cancellation of both the examinations and re-examination.