46k to take Group II exam in Khammam

46k to take Group II exam in Khammam
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The Collector chaired a review meeting with the officials of departments concerned to discuss the arrangements for conducting the Group-II examinations in the district here at Collectorate Conference Hall on Tuesday.

Khammam: District Collector D S Lokesh Kumar ordered the officials to make the necessary arrangements for smooth conduct of Group-II examinations in peaceful environment here in Khammam on Tuesday.

The Collector chaired a review meeting with the officials of departments concerned to discuss the arrangements for conducting the Group-II examinations in the district here at Collectorate Conference Hall on Tuesday.

Addressing officials, the Collector said, “Officials must be alert while discharging their duties at the time of examination to prevent any untoward incidents. As many as 46,000 members are going to appear for the examination at 117 centres in the district.”

“Establish a control room in the collectorate for solving certain issues during the time of examination,” ordered the Collector, suggesting the officials not to permit the electronic goods into the examination hall.

He further ordered the officials to make arrangements of RTC buses for the convenience of candidates to reach the examination centre in time and to establish a Primary Health Centre for emergency services and to supply uninterrupted power during the examination time.

The Collector ordered for tight security arrangements at the examination centres. Joint Collector Vinay Krishna Reddy, Divisional Revenue Officer J Shiva Srinivas, DSP Suresh Kumar, Deputy Tahasildar Menon and other officials were present.

Meanwhile in Nalgonda, the district authorities have completed arrangements for the conduct of Group-II examination at 110 exam centres in the district.

In all, 41,311 candidates would appear for Group-II examination, which would be conducted on November 11 and 13 at Revenue Divisional Centres. Arrangements were also completed for introduction of biometric system and capture of faces of the candidates for the first time in Public Service Commission examination.

Steps have been taken up for providing drinking water, toilets and first aid facilities at the examination centres. In all, 24,666 candidates would take examination at 66 examination at Nalgonda, 10,445 candiates at 29 at Miryalaguda and 6,200 candidates at 15 centres in Devarakonda in Nalgonda district. About 20 flying squads which would deputed by TSPSC, would also supervise the conduct of examination in the district.

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