The Rajasthan authorities on Sunday arrange a high-level committee to look at the lacune within the varied examination processes, together with these for the aggressive examination for the federal government jobs.
The committee headed by retired choose Vijay Kumar Vyas of the Rajasthan Excessive Court docket was arrange by the Ashok Gehlot authorities a day after the sacking of Ajmer-based Rajasthan Board of Secondary Training’s Chairman D P Jaroli and the suspension of the Board’s secretary Arvind Kumar Sengwa and two others.
The punitive measures have been taken after their alleged involvements in query paper leaks throughout the academics’ recruitment examination (REET) in September surfaced.
The panel headed by Justice Vyas may even have retired IPS officer and RPSC’s former Chairman Mahendra Kumawat as its member whereas the Principal Secretary of Personnel Division can be its member-secretary.
This committee will study varied points associated to the examination course of and provides its report inside 45 days, a authorities assertion stated.
The choice to represent the committee was taken in a gathering held by Chief Minister Gehlot on Friday night time. The orders to sack Jaroli and droop Sengwa and two different officers have been issued after the identical assembly.
The committee will research the method of making query banks for varied examinations, setting query papers, guaranteeing the best degree of safety and confidentiality of their printing and transportation to examination headquarters, assortment centres and examination centres after their printing and provides its advice on them.
Together with this, the committee may even give ideas on creating the requisite infrastructure for establishing examination centres and fixing parameters and measures for the safety and confidentiality of the centres throughout the examination.
The committee may even give ideas on transparency within the allotment of examination centres, willpower of the function and tasks of the district coordinators, examination centre superintendents, supervisors and examination invigilators and disciplinary motion to be taken in case of any lapse, the assertion stated.