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Letters to the Editor: APSC CCE exam 2022

With reference to the newspaper article in this esteemed daily about the upcoming CCE 2022 for 794 posts published on June 13, 2022

Letters to the Editor

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  14 Jun 2022 3:30 AM GMT

APSC CCE exam 2022

With reference to the newspaper article in this esteemed daily about the upcoming CCE 2022 for 794 posts published on June 13, 2022 we want to request the honourable chairman of APSC to mention the tentative date of CCE 2022 preliminary and main examinations, so as to avoid apprehension and insecurity among the candidates regarding the dates and avoid any clashes with major examinations like UPSC, Railway, SSC etc.

As the notification is about to be published in the month of July, so a proper timeline and SOP for conducting the prestigious examination on the lines of the UPSC examination will go a long way in dispelling the fear of inconsistency on the part of APSC.

A group of candidates,


A unique problem

Assam with its vast network of rivers is prone to natural disasters like flood and erosion, which have a negative impact on the overall development of the State. The rivers Brahmaputra and Barak, with more than 50 tributaries feeding them, cause the flood devastation in the monsoon period each year. The flood and erosion problem of Assam is particularly different from other States in so far as extent and duration of flooding and magnitude of erosion is concerned. It is probably the most unique problem in the country. The flood-prone area of Assam is four times the national mark of the flood-prone area of the country. During the post-Independence period, Assam has faced major floods. Every year three to four waves of flood ravage the flood-prone areas of Assam. The flood problem of the State is further aggravated due to flash floods by the rivers flowing down from neighbouring States like Arunachal Pradesh and Meghalaya. During the period from 2004 to 2014, the South Bank tributaries of the Brahmaputra in lower Assam caused flash floods of high magnitude due to cloud bursts in the catchment areas in Meghalaya. During 2011, due to cloud burst in the catchment area of Arunachal Pradesh the river Gainadi and Jiadhal also experienced flash flood of very high magnitude. Presently, Assam's Dima Hasao district is faced major floods. The situation in the State is very critical. These flash floods caused large-scale devastation in vast areas, including losses of human lives.

Disha Moni Das,

Cotton University.

Rise again like the Phoenix

Whenever the Indian cricket team underperforms, especially on home soil, millions of hearts are crushed. Another cause of anguish for cricket lovers is that the Proteas prevented the Indian team from setting a world record of consecutive victories.

In the current series, the Proteas have a 2-0 lead, putting the Indians under a lot of pressure for upcoming match. On the other hand, the Proteas are hoping to win their first bilateral T20 series in India. The statement made by Rishabh Panth about the toss is completely unacceptable for the reason that winning the toss has no bearing on winning the match. On the other note, despite the fact that our squad has several so-called captains from the recent IPL, their performance has been below par owing to over-confidence. Coach Dravid has to make critical changes in the team for next match to make the team rise like the Phoenix bird from ashes to seal the series.

Vijaykumar HK,


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