DSSSB exams: Two member probe committee formed
The government has asked the committee to submit its report to the chief minister’s office within 10 days. The CM office had passed this order on August 22.
A letter was written from Deputy Chief minister Manish Sisodia’s office to East Delhi Magistrate and director of Vigilance in which they were asked to submit the report within 10 days. The letter said, “Some serious complaints have been received in the office of chief minister regarding irregularity in the exam conducted by DSSSB for the post of Grade-II (DASS)- Post Code 90/09. Director (vigilance ) and District Magistrate (East) are hereby appointed to inquire into the complaints about the veracity of the charges. The Committee of Director (Vigilance) and D.M. (East) shall submit its report to this office within 10 days,”
“Secretary, DSSSB is to provide necessary documents to the committee and also assist the proceeding of the committee,” it added.
Meanwhile, the DSSSB preliminary exam was conducted on June 29, 2014, with the <g data-gr-id="27">results</g> declared after four months. Later the successful candidates appeared in the main exam on March 29.
However, the result was shocking for some of the candidates as there were huge differences in the marks of the preliminary and the main exam results. One student who scored 170 marks in the preliminary exam could score only 30.5 marks in the main exam while another who had scored 150 marks in preliminary exam scored only 12.75 marks.
There were around 50 students whose marks variations were unexpectedly high. The students had written a letter to Chief Minister to look into the matter.