K M Dayashankar
Written test on August 29 at 18 centres in Kothagudem and Palvancha towns
PEDDAPALLI: A record number of 11,133 candidates are competing for the recruitment of 84 nurse posts in the Singareni Collieries Company limited in the Telangana state.
The SCCL management had invited applications from the candidates for the recruitment of 84 staff nurse vacancies. Surprisingly, 13,379 candidates had applied and the authorities had rejected 2,246 applications after scrutiny. Of the selected 11,133 candidates, 10,415 were women and 718 were men. Incidentally, the male candidates were appearing for the first time for the recruitment of staff nurses.
The written examination for the recruitment of staff nurses would be conducted on August 29 (Sunday) at 18 examination centres in Kothagudem and Palvancha towns. Of course, the examination would be conducted adhering to the Covid-19 norms.
Director (personal and finance) N Balaram said that they had made unprecedented arrangements for the smooth conduct of written examination in a transparent manner without giving any scope for malpractices. He said that the examination would be conducted in a systematic manner and everything was being done confidentially right from the preparation of the exam paper to its dispatch to the centres.
The personnel deputed for the examination duties were kept under surveillance and they were kept a secret place without any communication facilities and they would send home only after the completion of the examination.
He informed the candidates to believe in their hard work and write the examination with confidence and do not believe anyone such as agents and the rumours. Warning strict action against the persons using the name of Singareni and cheating the gullible candidates, he said that the directors and general managers would also inspect the examination centres.
The candidates were informed not to bring any electronic gadgets or any banned items and warned of not allowing them to write any of the recruitment by the Singareni in future. In view of more number of women candidates, the female staff were being deployed in large numbers at the examination centres for the screening of the candidates entering the centres.