RI Recruitment Exam In Odisha: Confusion Over ‘Centre’ Puts Candidates In A Spot; Know What Happened Next
Titlagarh: Hundreds of candidates, who were deprived of appearing in the Revenue Inspector examination at Titlagarh town in Odisha’s Balangir district on Sunday, will now take the test at the district headquarters.
According to sources, the candidates, according to the information provided in their admit card, arrived at the Government Women’s College at Titlagarh this morning.
To their utter dismay, they found the main gate of the college locked. When they asked the college principal, the latter told them that he had not received any notification to conduct the examination in this college.
The hapless candidates later informed the district administration about the incident.
Titlagarh sub-collector Manoj Mahajan met the candidates and assured them that they would appear for the examination at Government Women’s College in Balangir town.
The district administration requisitioned a special bus to carry them to Balangir town.
“Although the scheduled timeslot of the examination is already over, they will be allowed to appear in the examination from 12 pm,” Mahajan added.
As per the latest report, the candidates, instead of appearing the examination at the Government Women’s College in Balangir were allowed to appear at the Prabhabati Public School in Titlagarh town.