Most of the aided school managements are reportedly turning down the commission’s request to provide their premises for the examinations. The subcommittee had recommended to accommodate 30 candidates in a classroom to reduce the number of invigilators deployed for the examinations.
The alleged indifference of the government departments in providing timely service has also come in for criticism. For instance, the commission had deposited Rs.35 lakh with the Public Works Department for constructing a waiting room and washroom for women employees and applicants reaching the commission office here in July 2014. The department authorities have not taken any step to start the work so far. The government should either provide funds in time or grant permission for re-appropriation, sources said.
The government should either provide funds in time or grant permission for re-appropriation.
Courtesy :- The Hindu