SSB EXAMS: Work with utmost care, dedication; show sense of responsibility: DDC B’pora to officers

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BANDIPORA: District Development Commissioner (DDC) Bandipora, Khursheed Ahmad Sanai on Friday urged the concerned officers and staff engaged for SSB examination being conducted on April 29 in the district, to work with utmost care and dedication and to show their sense of responsibility.
The DDC made these remarks while reviewing the arrangements being put in place for smooth conduct of SSB examination in the district.
Member SSB, Musheer Ahmad Mirza, Coordinator SSB, observers, superintendents, magistrates and other concerned were present in the meeting.
The DDC reviewed threadbare all key issues pertaining to the hassle-free and smooth conduct of the examination. The main issues discussed included security and transportation of examination material to examine centres, responsibilities of invigilators, checking of admit cards, ID and frisking, the role of observers and other staff, read an officiall handout.
Member SSB also spoke on the occasion and enjoined upon the participants to “remain objective and impartial” so that sanctity of the examination is maintained. He also made them aware of the role of superintendents, observers, liaison officers, invigilators and other concerned staff.
Later, the coordinator and the expert from SSB gave necessary training to the participants.
Section 144 around SSB exam centres
Meanwhile, District Magistrate Bandipora, who is also the DDC Bandipora, Khursheed Ahmad Sanai ordered imposition of prohibitory orders under Section 144 CrPC within the 200-meter radius of all examination centers set up for the J&K Services Selection Board examination on April 29, 2018.
The prohibitory orders have been issued in order to curb the tendency of external interference and to prevent breach of peace besides maintaining public tranquility around the examination centers.
“No person other than examinees, supervisory staff and security personnel is allowed to enter the 200 meter radius of examination centers,” it read.