Arunachal: APPSC prelims exam held peacefully




Near about 12000 aspirants appeared for the prestigious Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC) Prelims examination held on July 29 in 14 centres of state.

APPSC Chairman Nipo Nabam  informed  Arunachal24  that the prestigious APPSC  prelims examination , we  have been conducted which  completed  and passed away smoothly which was held in 14 main centres spread across the state wherein around 12 thousand aspirants appeared peacefully.

He thanks the state government for providing all logistic support which include officers, magistrate with vehicles, officials with sufficed security forces and no law and order problems have arise in entire state and all together 14 centres and 56 sub centres.

APPSC Secretary Taru Talo while said that there were 22599 registered aspirants out of which near about  12000 appeared and was less participation may be due to bad weather but the date and centres were informed well ahead through various medium.

14 centres were set up in different parts of the state so that the aspirants do not face difficulties to reach the centre and candidates  attend the examination properly. In view of huge numbers of aspirant the commission have made 56 more sub centres to facilitate for smooth conduct of the examination. All total 800 class rooms were engaged in these 14 centres and 56 sub centres of state.

Talo said that there were 5530 aspirants registered in Itanagar wherein only  3090 appeared, for Naharlagun there were 3632 aspirant candidates but 2010 appeared,  accordingly at Aalo there were 1448 while 706 appeared, at Basar 311 candidates appeared from 708 candidate, at Bomdila 604 from 1212, at Daporijo 403 from 791, at Jairampur 347 from 709, at Khonsa 259 from 538, at Pasighat 1563 from 2821, at Roing 423 from 841, at Seppa 269 from 566, at Tezu 536 appeared from 1056 candidate, at Yingkiong 220 from 427 while 1295 candidate appeared out of 2275 in Ziro.

He said that students have to appear one general studies paper while one optional subject out of total subject are Agriculture, Animal Husbandry & Veterinary,  Botany, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Commerce, Economics, Electrical Engineering, Geography, Geology, Indian History, Law, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Public Administration, Sociology, Statistic and Zoology and hope that candidate have attended the paper properly.

Talo said that elaborate arrangement were made ahead of the examination, with the support of the state government the internet was shut down. All centres were provided with full proof security arrangement with magistrate.

At least 8 magistrate were deputed from Itanagar capital district administration and 3 from Papum Pare district administration in Papum Pare district. Centre Superintendent were deputed in all main 14 centres while Assistant superintendent were deputed in all 56 sub-centres while all rooms were provided with 2 or more invigilators while there were 5 centre superintendent for the two centres of Papum Pare district.

At RGU sub-centre alone only 200 officials and staffs including police personnel were deputed and around 2500 officials/ magistrate/ police personnel were involved in the exercise to conduct free and fair and peaceful examination.

He thanks all the deputy Commissioner, Superintendent of Police, including officers and official of the state government who extended full support and dedicated their time for peaceful conduct of the prelims examination.

When asked about the result Talo said that all examination materials are under way and after collecting all the materials from all centres the commission will take a decision and hope that everything will be done in proper way.


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