CET exam conducted in a systematic and smooth manner

The Chairman of HSSC expressed gratitude towards the Chief Minister and the State Government

About 7,53,000 candidates took the exam in four shifts in two days

Panchkula , November 6–

The Chairman, Haryana Staff Selection Commission, Sh. Bhopal Singh said that the Common Eligibility Test (CET) has been conducted in a systematic and smooth manner. He expressed gratitude towards the Haryana government and its entire staff for successfully conducting the examination. He especially expressed gratitude to the Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal and said that the state government had made arrangements for free travel for the candidates, which was highly commendable.

Sh. Bhopal Singh said that a total of 11,36,897 persons had registered for this examination. NTA (National Testing Agency) and after perusal of Haryana Staff Selection Commission, 10,78,864 applications were found correct and 58,033 applications were rejected due to duplication or incomplete applications. A total of 9,52,408 candidates out of 10,78,864 applicants have downloaded their admit cards. On the basis of these downloaded admit cards, NTA conducted the examination in four phases as scheduled on November 5-6, 2022.

He said that the examination was organized by dividing all the candidates into four phases. This examination was conducted in 17 districts of Haryana and Union Territory, Chandigarh. The maximum 65 centres were set up in Hisar and the least 9 centres were set up in Yamunanagar. Few centres were set up in Yamunanagar due to the annual Kapal Mochan Mela which is scheduled to be organised in Yamunanagar today.

Sh. Bhopal Singh informed that along with N.T.A., the commission also imposed duties of its members and employees. He himself and the Secretary of the Commission were keeping a close vigil on the activities of all the districts and centres from the control room set up at his office. The problems addressed were removed immediately by contacting the concerned centres. The complaints coming on the toll free number located in his office were sent directly to NTA, which was resolved by dispatching to the officials of NTA. The Nodal Officer of the Commission, CET Observer and Secretary of the Commission, Sh. Virat played an important role in conducting the examination.

Sh. Bhopal Singh informed that in this two days examination, about 7,53,000 candidates appeared in four shifts and the percentage of candidates who appeared for the examination was about 70%. He said that it is a matter of contentment that no cheating case was reported from any district. He expressed his gratitude to all the employees who conducted the examination smoothly.