The police, which has made the online application process for recruitment and then the process of registering the marks of physical efficiency test, has added another unprecedented step in soldier recruitment. When the candidates who pass the written examination are called for interview, their marks will be recorded on the portal made for the recruitment committee directly interviewing instead of a sheet or paper.
Each member of each committee will sit separately and will give the marks to the candidate according to their own. This will neither make any other member aware of the marks given by the fellow member nor will there be any possibility of change in it. Obviously, after adopting this transparent process, the possibility of change in marks during the interview will also be completely zero. IG Training Himanshu Mishra said that on the portal created for the recruitment process, logins of members of the recruitment committees of all districts have been made.
After login, the chairman and members of the committee will give their marks to each candidate based on the questions asked by the candidate and his / her answer. These numbers can only be seen by the Police Headquarters but that too cannot be changed. Apart from this, the marks once entered cannot be changed by the chairman or member of the recruitment committee itself. This will bring transparency in the interview and due to that the questions arising at this stage of the recruitment process will also be eliminated.
Three candidates will be called for every post
After the examination on Sunday, on Monday, the SPs of all the districts themselves reached with the answer OMR sheet under security. After this, now the police headquarters has started the process of checking the answers of the candidates registered in the sheets. The result of the written examination is expected by the end of this week. After this, a call letter will be issued to three candidates for each post of constable recruitment for the interview. The list of these candidates will be decided on the basis of merit.