Bengaluru: Section 144 imposed around 100-metre-radius of PSI exam centres

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23-01-2024

    54,00 candidates will appear for the examination

    Security arrangements have been made in the 117 centres across Bengaluru

    4 constables have been allocated for each centre

Examination for filling the 545 Police Sub-Inspector (PSI) vacancies in Karnataka will be held on 23rd January. Section 144 has been invoked within a 100-metre radius of the examination centres. In light of multiple complaints of cheating that had surfaced the previous time the examination was conducted, the police department and the Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) have taken additional precautions. 

54,00 candidates will appear for the examination. Security arrangements have been made in the 117 centres across Bengaluru wherein the exam will be conducted. The examination will be conducted in 2 phases. The first phase would be between 10:30 AM to 12 PM. The second phase would be between 1 PM to 2:30 PM. 

4 constables have been allocated for each centre. 2 women staff will assist the constables. Those walking around the centres will be under police observation. Xerox shops will also be under police surveillance. Metal detectors will be used to scan candidates in the centres.  

Earlier an elaborate guideline pertaining to the dress to be followed was provided for the candidates. Separate sets of guidelines have been provided for the male and female candidates. Electronic items including mobiles, pen drives, earphones, microphones, bluetooth connected devices and watches are not allowed inside the examination hall.

Bengaluru: Section 144 imposed around 100-metre-radius of PSI exam centres

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    54,00 candidates will appear for the examination

    Security arrangements have been made in the 117 centres across Bengaluru

    4 constables have been allocated for each centre

Examination for filling the 545 Police Sub-Inspector (PSI) vacancies in Karnataka will be held on 23rd January. Section 144 has been invoked within a 100-metre radius of the examination centres. In light of multiple complaints of cheating that had surfaced the previous time the examination was conducted, the police department and the Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) have taken additional precautions. 

54,00 candidates will appear for the examination. Security arrangements have been made in the 117 centres across Bengaluru wherein the exam will be conducted. The examination will be conducted in 2 phases. The first phase would be between 10:30 AM to 12 PM. The second phase would be between 1 PM to 2:30 PM. 

4 constables have been allocated for each centre. 2 women staff will assist the constables. Those walking around the centres will be under police observation. Xerox shops will also be under police surveillance. Metal detectors will be used to scan candidates in the centres.  

Earlier an elaborate guideline pertaining to the dress to be followed was provided for the candidates. Separate sets of guidelines have been provided for the male and female candidates. Electronic items including mobiles, pen drives, earphones, microphones, bluetooth connected devices and watches are not allowed inside the examination hall.

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