CSBC Bihar Police Constable Recruitment 2023: Exam held on 1 October canceled latest news today in hindi

Trending News: CSBC Bihar Police Constable Recruitment Exam held on 1 October cancelled latest news update 2023

Latest Updated 04/10/2023: The written examination of both the shifts held on Sunday (1 October) for constable recruitment has been cancelled. 

The examinations to be held on 07 and 15 October were also postponed.

Along with this, the second and third phase written examinations to be held on 7 October and 15 October have also been postponed.

On Tuesday, an order in this regard was released from the office of SK Singhal, Chairman of the Central Selection Board (Constable Recruitment). This decision was taken due to several cases of malpractice coming to light and alleged answers to the questions being leaked just two hours before the examination. According to Singhal, separate information about the new date of written examinations will be given through the Board's website www.csbc.bih.nic.in and newspapers.

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According to the order, during the examination in various districts, a large number of candidates have been arrested while cheating with electronic devices and cheat sheets. At the same time, many candidates received the so-called answers to the examination questions through mobile and other means by merely writing serial numbers on plain pages. There have been cases of candidates being caught with these answers. After analysis of these cases, it was found that prima facie this activity appears to have been carried out by an organized gang in a well-planned manner. On the other hand, the Economic Offenses Unit (EOU), taking suo motu cognizance, has constituted a special team under the leadership of a senior officer at the headquarters level to investigate the entire matter. EOU Additional Director General of Police Nayyar Hasnain Khan said that the answers to the questions have come to light only one and a half to two hours before the commencement of the examination. 

FIR lodged in 21 districts, 148 arrested

EOU ADG said that till now a total of 67 cases have been registered in 21 districts and 148 accused have been arrested. Maximum 12 cases have been registered in Chhapra. Important evidence has also been found from Patna and Nawada. He requested people to give any information in this regard on EOU's toll free number - 0612-2216236 or email - cybercell-bih@nic.in.

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