HP Patwari Result Cancel True or Not ? Dispute – RTI Demand Re-exam Chance – HP Revenue Department Now with a Question MARK. The applicants those give this Exam, They put allegation on the examination department That there is Cheating Held in Various Exam Centers. They Give Written Complaint to the Sachiv of Revenue Department. Applicants demanding that the result cancellation and Re-exam will be held by the third agency. The Report of Cheating will be Seen in Chamba Boys School, in witch the all toppers come form One exam center. Other Chamba B.ED Collage Saru, 14 Students will be selected form one exam center. and Other GSS Sakothi 4 Students selected. With this In the Bilaspur the 9 Applicants selected form One exam center, and In Sirmour 10 applicants form one Place selected. So in this There is Cheating is Held in the One Group of students. Now the Sachiv say that they will do investigation on this.
The very recently announced recruitment for the posts of Patwari in Himachal Pradesh are in the news one more time. Unfortunately, this time the recruitment process is in news because of a number of allegations that raise questions on the process. There are many allegations that have taken shape since the announcement of the recruitment process. One of these is that the rules for eligibility that have been mentioned in Code 4 of the notification are not being followed for the process with complete honesty. Many of the applicants have also raised questions that when the notification was declared there had been a column that specified some vacancies and other norms for ex-servicemen but there was not mention for any time of benefits or reservation of posts for wards of ex-servicemen.
HP Patwari Result Cancel or Not
This was revealed when a candidate filed an RTI for the eligibility standards. The information office of the department then revealed that because of this deficiency on the part of the department the candidates that were under the age group of 25 were considered as wards of ex-servicemen in the recently announced HP results of the Patwari recruitment. This uncovers a huge deficiency on the part of the department and may cause serious disputes in the future. Another astonishing news that was revealed was that many applicants as young as 20 and 22 years old had been included in the ex-servicemen category from Village Kinja, District Kullu. This may be an indication of unfair means being used to get the job and has raised serious questions on the overall result. This corrupt means was revealed to be used in multiple other districts other than Kullu. Many disputes have been raised on the recruitment and the candidates are questioning how candidates that are aged 20 and 22 have been in the army and are considered as ex-servicemen. Because there was no section for ward of ex-servicemen in the eligibility standards mentioned under Code 4 of the notification, this makes no sense and cannot be considered as a mistake. This has led to questionable remarks on the selection of the candidates selected under the Code 4 of the notification.
HP Patwari Exam Result May be Changed Reexam
The government has asked a complete investigation of the matter and has asked for a report about the same. The selection of the candidates under Code 4 remains suspended till the department submits a complete report on how the selections were made and how the candidates where decided to be ex-servicemen. The supervisor of the department responsible for the recruitments Deva Singh Negi has said that the department is looking into the matter and will be handling all the corrupt and unfair means with utmost strictness. He said that the selections were made on the basis of categories and each category will be thoroughly looked into to find any culprits. Inefficiently selected candidates will be replaced with the ones that deserve the post as well as follow all the guidelines for selection.
The issue was raised by some of the candidates from various districts that pointed out that 10 candidates from the same room and series had been selected in continuity for the post. This indicated some sort of unfair means at play and this inquiry led into further disputes. Many candidates are now awaiting a proper enquiry and detailed information on the same from the department. All the relevant updates on the matter of this dispute are being regularly covered by the official website as well as leading newspapers and local TV channels. WE expect resolution of this matter within the next few days so that the rightfully deserving candidates can get what they deserve.