Day after a complaint was made regarding irregularities in conducting interview for assistant professor posts, Chhattisgarh State Public Service Commission (CG PSC) on Monday rejected the allegation outright.
CGPSC made it clear that no absentees were called for the interview. It was alleged that the CGPSC had called a candidates for interview who had skilled Hindi paper during the Assistant Professor Examination-2019.
The allegation is baseless and false, said the Examination Controller Arti Wasnik.
Based on the record and statement related to the examination, the complaint made by complainant Virendra Kumar Patel has been found to be completely untrue and baseless, said the exam controller. The Controller of Examinations after a thorough enquiry into the complaint made it clear that the allegation was false and baseless.
In relation to the said complaint, the Controller of Examinations on Monday was informed by the Head of the Center, Sarla Lalwani, invigilators Sapna Naidu, Indrajit Kaursethi, Rajni Kushwaha and Vishal Ahuja that all the candidates were sitting at the designated place during the examination. No change of venue has been allowed to any candidate, nor has any change been made by any candidate. Videography was not done in the examination center. The complaint made by complainant Virendra Kumar Patel is completely baseless, they told to the Examination Controller.
Patel, whose roll number was 190204103691, complained about the absence of a candidate in the said examination whose roll number was 190204103692. He also mentioned in his complaint that the candidate sitting behind him, whose roll number was 190204103692 was shifted to other place with the permission of invigilator. He also mentioned in his complaint about videography of the candidates in the examination hall.
The Controller of Examinations has clearly stated that the both written examination and interview results were transparent. Only those candidates were called for interview, who had present in the written examination.