Jaipur district administration, which is engaged in arranging more than 1.76 lakh candidates coming to Jaipur in the REET recruitment examination, has got some relief from the education department. Along with this, it is also a big relief for the candidates appearing in the REET exam. The Education Department has allotted centers in their respective districts to about 39 thousand candidates coming from other districts to take the examination. On the other hand, Chief Secretary Niranjan instructed the Divisional Commissioner and Collector to make complete preparations for this examination. In view of the possibility of a paper leak, a team will also be formed by SOG.
Centers allotted in home districts
The candidates going to take the examination from Jaipur to other districts have been allotted centers in Jaipur itself. This information was given by the Additional Chief Secretary of the Education Department in an online meeting chaired by Chief Secretary Niranjan Arya regarding the preparation of the reet of all the collectors of the state. With this decision, the Jaipur district administration will have to cut 800 buses. According to sources, Additional Chief Secretary P.K. Goyal said that it has been decided to provide centers to unmarried women and disabled people in the home district, whose centers have been given in other districts. Under this decision, 38,983 candidates coming from other districts of Jaipur district have been allotted centers in their home districts.
Relief to 38,983 candidates
Jaipur Collector Antar Singh Nehra informed that a total of 592 examination centers have been set up for the REET examination in Jaipur, on which more than 2.51 lakh candidates will appear in the examination. Among these candidates, the number of candidates coming from other districts (outside) is 1 lakh 37,804. Before this decision, the number of candidates coming from outside was 1,76,787. In such a situation, a total of 38,983 candidates have got a big relief.
The Education Department has canceled the centers of these 38,983 candidates of other districts and shifted them to Jaipur itself. Most of them are women candidates. In this way, the number of candidates appearing for the examination from Jaipur district to other districts has now come down from 1,16,617 to 83,016.
Arrangement of 1480 buses to give relief to the candidates
Jaipur district administration has arranged 1480 buses for the candidates going to other districts outside Jaipur. In which there are 1100 private and 380 roadways buses. These buses will run for three days from September 24 to 27. Similarly, 5 temporary bus stands have been made at the entry point to stop the buses coming to Jaipur from other districts of the city. The administration has arranged 1048 local buses, 250 low floor buses, and 230 Gramin Seva buses to take the candidates coming to these bus stands to various centers in Jaipur.
Collector and SP will handle the responsibility
To make the REET exam successful, Chief Secretary Niranjan Arya took a meeting of the state’s divisional commissioner and collector through video conferencing. However, the Chief Secretary has given full responsibility for the examination to the District Collector and SP.
The Chief Secretary asked the Collector and the SP to prepare a complete draft of the candidates. Make arrangements for travel, accommodation, and food for the examinees. Management by working in coordination with Transport Department, Roadways and Railways.
SOG alert regarding paper leak
SOG alerts are also alert regarding the paper leak. Home Department Principal Secretary Abhay Kai Kumar said that the Special Operation Group is on alert mode to prevent the possibility of paper leaks. He directed the district superintendents of police to be especially vigilant. Also, he said that if there is any such rumor, stop it immediately. Also, ADG Law and Order Saurabh Srivastava said that strict arrangements have been made at every level.