The Assam Government has decided to return back the examination fees of candidates who won’t be able to qualify in the Direct Recruitment Exam for Grade III and IV.
This was announced by state Chief Minister Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma who was attending Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s radio address ‘Mann Ki Baat’ at Guwahati’s Azara.
CM Sarma also said that the results of the exam will be announced within a month if possible.
Addressing media persons, the chief minister said, “The exams are being conducted peacefully across all exam centres of the state. There are no reports of any kind of misconduct during the exam.”
“We will try to declare the results within one month. All those candidates who won’t be able to qualify for the exams will get back their fees. The fees will be returned back to their bank accounts after the results are declared,” CM Sarma added.
He further said, “We will keep the fees of only those candidates who will pass the exam.”
A total of 8,52,181 candidates will appear for the exam in 1903 centres across 25 districts of the state.
Strict security arrangements have been put by the Assam Police in place across the districts where the exams are being held.