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A total of 18,663 candidates would write TGSPSC Group-I prelims in 36 examination centres in Karimnagar on June 9

K M Dayashankar

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Candidates advised to wear only chappals as no shoes would be allowed

Candidates told not to apply mehendi, temporary tattoos or obstructive material on fingers as it would hamper biometric fingerprint details

KARIMNAGAR, MAY 30, 2024: A total of 18,663 candidates would be appearing in the Telangana State Public Service Commission (TGSPSC) Group-I preliminary examinations in 36 examination centres on June 9 in various parts of Karimnagar district.

Reviewing the arrangements for the smooth conduct of Group-I prelims examinations with the district officials in Collectorate in Karimnagar town on Thursday, Collector Pamela Satpathy instructed the officials to make all arrangements and conduct examinations without any mistake.

She advised the candidates to arrive by 9 am to the respective examination centres to avoid last minute confusion as the centres gates would be closed by 10 am. The examination would be conducted from 10.30 am to 1 pm and no candidate will be allowed into the centre after 10 am.

The candidates were advised not to wear shoes and attend the examination by wearing only chappals. Candidates are advised not to apply mehendi, temporary tattoos or any obstructive material-covers on their fingers, which may hamper the recording of biometric fingerprint details during the exam.

Carrying calculators, pagers, cell phones, tablets, pen drives, Bluetooth devices, watch, mathematical tables, log books, log tables, wallet, handbags, jholas, pouches, writing pads, notes, charts, loose sheets, jewellery or any other electronic gadgets into centre is prohibited. Even invigilators are not allowed to carry cellular phones into the centre.

Instructing the police machinery to make adequate security arrangements at the centres, she also informed the Traffic police to regulate the smooth movement of traffic and avoid traffic snarls and cause inconvenience to the candidates. Directing the officials to provide drinking water at all centres, she also informed the medical and health department to be stationed at the centre to provide necessary ORS sachets and other medications for the candidates.

She instructed all the officials to ensure and peaceful conduct of examinations in a transparent manner. Additional Collector Praful Desai, DRO Pawan Kumar, RDO K Maheshwar, Additional DCP G Kumar, Kondagattu JNTU principal B Satish Kumar, Collectorate superintendent Kali Charan, Government women’s degree college principal T Sree Lakshmi and others were also present.


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