UP Police Recruitment 2018: 10 lakh candidates to sit for re-exam for 41,520 vacancies
UP Police Recruitment 2018: Due to some errors in the recruitment process, UP Police will be conducting the recruitment examination again for 41,520 vacancies for Police and PAC, UP.
According to media reports, during the second shift of the examination, incorrect sets of question papers have been distributed for which the examination would be conducted again. Around 10 lakh candidates have to again appear for the second part of the examination. UP Police, however, did not announce the date of the re-examination yet.
An FIR against the examination centre supervisor and the representative of the agency, who are responsible for the entire mess, would be lodged by the UP Police Recruitment Board.
The examination was held on 18th June and 19th June 2018 at over 800 centres to fill up vacancies of over 40,000 for both male and female candidates.
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The error came to light after the second shift exam paper was matched with the first shift paper. UP Police Recruitment Board has sought a reply from Tata Consultancy Service, who was responsible to conduct the exam. However, to this TCS said that no such complained have been heard by them and the information is incorrect.