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Candidates urge to re-conduct MPSC exam

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Candidates appeared in the recently held Manipur Civil Services Preliminary Examination conducted by Manipur Public Service Commission on May 15 has alleged of misconduct and urged authority to hold the exam result with demand to re-conduct the examination.
Ayum Rogendro, a candidate of the examination and president of Joint Action Committee formed against misconduct of MCS preliminary examination 2016, representing other fellow candidates informed media persons in a meet at Manipur Press Club that the instructions given in the question booklet of the exam created a complete mess to a large number of candidates.
In the serial number 9 of the instruction it was written that “ ‘There will be no penalty for wrong answers’ again with the sub clause ‘there will be penalty for wrong answers marked by a candidate in the objective type question papers’”, when candidates enquired about the confusion, in some centres, again after been inquired by their respective invigilators they were informed that no penalties are for those four wrong questions while the rest 196 questions will have the negative marking as instructed. While in some centres candidates were informed that there will be no penalty for all questions; while again in some centres, because of no communication from Commission office, confused invigilators left the matter to the candidates itself, informed Rogendro.
He further alleged MPSC for non-uniformity of exam timing that in some centers candidates were given for only 10 minute extra time while in some others gave 20 minute which really does not sound in such competitive examination.  
Lambasting in MPSCs such negligence and misconduct of exam, the JAC along with other student bodies like MSF, DESAM, SUK, AMSU called to hold the exam result and demanded to re-conduct of the exam.

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