Uttarakhand

Uttarakhand Paper Leak Case: Decision on eight Group-C recruitments today

The fate of eight Group-C recruitments surrounded by paper leak controversies will be decided on Tuesday. The expert committee formed to test the recruitment submitted its report to GS Mertolia, chairman of the Subordinate Services Selection Commission on Monday.

Eight recruitments of the Subordinate Services Selection Commission were put in jeopardy after the papers of several recruitments including graduate level examination, secretariat security cadre were leaked. On October 18, in the board meeting chaired by the chairman of the commission, GS Mertolia, it was decided that an expert committee would be formed to investigate all the points like whether the paper was leaked in eight recruitments or not, where there were shortcomings.

In October itself, the commission had constituted a high-level expert committee under the chairmanship of former IAS SS Rawat. The committee was given time till the second week of December to submit its report. On Monday, the committee submitted its report to Commission Chairman Mertolia. Chairman GS Mertolia told that this report will be placed in the commission meeting on Tuesday. The Commission will take a decision on these recruitments in the meeting itself.

A decision will be taken on the future of these recruitments
LT Recruitment (1431 Posts), Uttarakhand Personal Assistant (600 Posts), Junior Assistant (700 Posts), Police Rankers Recruitment (250 Posts), Driver Recruitment (164 Posts), Workshop Instructor (157 Posts), Fisheries Inspector Recruitment (26 Posts) and Head Constable Police Telecom Recruitment (272 Posts).


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