Assam Govt to revisit ADRE exam pattern change issue, assures CM Sarma


The Assam Government has decided to withdraw their announcement regarding the new format and pattern of the Assam Direct Recruitment Examination (ADRE).

Assam Chief Minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma has previously announced that ADRE this year for about 13,000 jobs, would be held in a pattern similar to APSC – Prelims, Mains and Viva.

However, after resentment across the state and objections from several aspirants, the Chief Minister announced to revisit their decision and that they would come up with a new decision soon.

It is likely that ADRE this year will be held like the previous years and will not be held as the pattern of APSC.

Chief Minister termed his Government as “A Government that listens!”.

Taking to X CM Sarma wrote, “A Govt that listens! Based on the feedback from various quarters regarding the sudden change of pattern of ADRE exams and the possibility of aspirants facing an issue arising out of that, we have decided to revisit this issue and we will inform everyone on our decision shortly.”