Big decision of Uttarakhand government, all upcoming exams of UKSSSC canceled


Chief Minister Pushkar Dhami has approved this during the cabinet meeting. It is believed that the Chief Minister has taken this tough decision regarding the UKSSSC paper leak cases.
Uttarakhand government has taken a big decision. The government has decided to cancel all the upcoming UKSSSC exams. Chief Minister Pushkar Dhami has approved this during the cabinet meeting.

It is believed that the Chief Minister has taken this tough decision to crack down on UKSSSC paper leak cases. Through the decision, the government seems to be indicating the preparations being made to improve its image and make concrete arrangements in the direction of preventing serious incidents like cheating and paper leaks in the upcoming examinations.

UKPSC will conduct upcoming examinations:
All the pending examinations of Uttarakhand Subordinate Service Selection Commission will now be conducted by the Uttarakhand Public Service Commission. The state government has taken this decision in the cabinet meeting. The detailed schedule of examinations will be announced soon by the Uttarakhand Public Service Commission. CM Dhami said that the pending examinations of the Subordinate Service Selection Commission will be conducted by the Public Service Commission or other institutions on the basis of the qualifications of the Subordinate Selection Commission. The Chief Minister said that no unemployed youth will have to wait for the recruitment examinations.

Zero tolerance policy on incidents like corruption and paper leaks:
Earlier, Chief Minister Dhami had said that the state government would not compromise on zero tolerance policy on incidents like corruption and paper leaks. No matter which officer or employee is found guilty, they will not be spared under any circumstances. The Chief Minister had said that our government would not allow injustice to happen to the honest and hardworking youth of the state. Dhami had said that we want to make a precedent for this as well, so that such incidents do not recur.

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