Integrity of Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Combined Competive Examination (APPSCCE) in conducting exams questioned
ITANAGAR: Otem Padung who has been a guide to the aggrieved aspirants and a professor by profession at Rajiv Gandhi University (RGU), while addressing the reporters at Press Club on Sunday said that, there is authentic proof, especially with regards to commerce and other social science subjects, where huge anomalies were found.
Speaking on behalf of the aggrieved aspirants of the recently conducted Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Combined Competive Examination (APPSCCE) he said that, if the commission is declaring the results twice of the aspirants who appeared for the exam, the integrity of the commission as natural needs to be questioned and doubted. Padung also informed that the aggrieved students have filed re-petition on August in the Naharlagun High Court regarding the anomalies and the last hearing will be on September 5. In the meantime Padung also requested the State government to accept the introduction of CSAT pattern to bring one syllabus and one examination. It also added that the present syllabus is out dated as the same should be upgraded time to timer possibly.
Kulenso Pul, commerce aspirant of the examination while said that, the exam was conducted on July 29 and on the next day they approached the commission secretary complaining about 64 questions out of syllabus, to which the secretary assured to make an expert committee. The secretary assured to provide compensatory marks for the out of syllabus questions but on August 2 the result was declared where out of 1030 Commerce candidates only three were qualified for the Mains, which clearly shows that the compensatory marks were not provided equally to the aspirants? On what basis and how much did the commission compensate the students, why is the commission not providing the answer key and cut off mark after the declaration of the results, Pul questioned.
On 5th of August we met chairman where he clearly accepted that if the questions are out of syllabus than it is wrong against norms, Pul informed.