The exam started on Tuesday and will last for the next three days.
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The Gujarat BJP government stepped into action after Yuvrajsinh Jadeja, the state unit leader of the Aam Aadmi Party’s youth wing, alleged that some middlemen, in consultation with some government officials and a private agency that conducts the online exam, tried to pass the candidate Have helped the online exam by making money. Hours later, Gujarat’s Education Minister Jitu Vaghani told reporters in Gandhinagar that Prime Minister Bhupendra Patel had ordered an investigation into the allegations.
“Our government believes in transparency. Almost 35,000 young aspirants take this online exam, which will last three days. Our CM ordered an investigation into the allegations of the irregularities. We will take strict action against the guilty, ”said Vaghani. who is also the spokesman for the state government.
The role of a company headquartered in Maharashtra, which has received the order from GETCO to carry out the online recruitment test, is also questionable. Vaghani defended it, however, by stating that the same agency had previously been hired to recruit the railway police and also some central PSUs.
The minister also said there was no immediate plan to cancel the online exam, which began Tuesday.
Jadeja, holding a press conference earlier in the day, alleged that some middlemen, mainly coaching class coaches, private company employees and some officials, were involved in this “scamming” of passers-by.
The online test, which began at noon on Tuesday, is being run at various centers across the state to hire 300 electrical engineers and 53 civil engineers, he said.
“All of the scam is being done by people based in Bayad City in the Arvalli district. Candidates who have paid an advance (amount of money) will only pretend to appear at the exam but not answer any questions. Instead, sit People “in a control room will click answers for them,” claimed Jadeja.
“The name of this agency had appeared in a similar scam in the past. The middlemen usually charge Rs 20 lakh from each candidate and take Rs 1 lakh to Rs 2 lakh as an advance. With the help of this agency and government officials, the correct answers are clicked from the control room on behalf of the candidate, “he claimed.
In particular, the state government canceled an executive recruitment exam last month after police found substance in Jadeja’s allegation of exam leakage.
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