UPSSSC exams in Uttar Pradesh postponed as candidates in many districts unable to download admit cards amid internet shutdown
According to an official notification, UPSSSC examinations will now be held on 4 and 10 January 2020
UPSSSC announced on Sunday postponement of certain examinations that were scheduled to be held on 24 and 26 December
According to an official notification, these examinations will now be held on 4 and 10 January 2020
Decision taken after the controller of examinations was conveyed that many candidates were unable to download their admit cards
Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission (UPSSSC) announced on Sunday postponement of certain examinations that were scheduled to be held on 24 and 26 December.
According to an official notification, these examinations for the recruitment of junior assistants and computer operators will now be held on 4 and 10 January 2020 respectively.
A decision to this effect was taken by UPSSSC chairman Pravir Kumar at an emergency meeting after the controller of examinations conveyed that many candidates were unable to download their admit cards.
The problem arose in view of the fact that Internet services have been suspended in several districts of the state following widespread anti-citizenship law protests.
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