KARIMNAGAR, JUNE 26, 2023: Stage is all set for the smooth of conduct TSPSC Group-IV examinations in 154 examination centres in various parts of Karimnagar district including Karimnagar town, Choppadandi, Huzurabad and Jammikunta towns on July 1 (Sunday).
A record number of 54,019 candidates would write the examinations. The exams would be conducted in two sessions from 10 am to 12.30 pm and second session from 2.30 pm to 5 pm. No candidate would be allowed into the centre after 9. 45 am in the morning session and after 2.15 pm in the afternoon session.
The TSPSC had given clear instructions for not allowing any cellular phones by the candidates and invigilators into the examination centres except for Chief Superintendents and Liaison officers. The authorities would take biometric attendance of candidates by using their left hand thumb.
At a review meeting with the officials here on Monday evening, Collector RV Karnan instructed the officials to ensure the smooth of TSPSC Group-IV examinations and directed them to ensure that the question paper was not circulated in the social media. He informed the officials to ensure that the question papers were dispatch the question papers from district treasury office to the long distance centres very early to avoid confusion.
Directing the officials to ensure uninterrupted power supply during the examination time, he informed the medical and health department to deploy the medical teams for providing necessary medical assistance to the candidates appearing the examination. He also informed the officials to ensure adequate drinking water arrangements.
Commissioner of Police L Subbarayudu said that they had imposed CrPC section 144 at all the examination centres to avoid congregation of people. Along with the police personnel, the forest and excise personnel would be also roped in for bandobust duties. He said that they would special measures to regulate traffic and avoid traffic snarls in Karimnagar town and Alugunur cross roads. ZP CEO Priyanka, trainee collectors Naveen Nicholas and Lenin Vatsal Toppo, RDOs Anand Kumar and Hari Singh, DCP S Srinivas, ACP Venkat Reddy, Trainee IPS Mahesh, DRDO Srilatha and others were also present.