Recruitment scam: Zero found in exam, but number 43 in SSC server, CBI disclosed in High Court

In the West Bengal teacher recruitment scam, the CBI told the High Court that the examinee got zero marks in the answer sheet, but after checking the SSC server, it was found that 43 marks were marked in it.

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in West Bengal teacher recruitment scam Every day new facts are coming to the fore. The examinee got zero in the exam, however school service commission According to the (SSC) server, Group D candidates have got 43 marks. The Calcutta High Court on Tuesday heard the documents handed over by the CBI. Justice Abhijit Gangopadhyay After ninth-tenth, on Tuesday, the answer sheets (OMR sheets) of 100 candidates of Group D were ordered to be brought in front of the public. After the order of the judge, now the trouble of SSC may increase again.

However, SSC sought more time for this and said that the answer sheet would be published after the meeting. There the evidence provided by the CBI will be examined.

difference between the number of the candidate in the answer sheet and the server

Please tell that many answer sheets of SSC recruitment exam were found from the server of Ghaziabad. It contains papers of Group D recruitment exam. After verifying them, the CBI found that a candidate from East Medinipur got two marks in the answer sheet. Even a person from that district has got zero in the answer sheet but on SSC server he has got 43 marks. Referring to this issue, Justice Gangopadhyay said that the Commission will have to publish the answer sheets of 100 Group D candidates on Tuesday itself. It should be probed to see whether bogus recommendations have been made for those candidates or not.

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It was only after this instruction that the SSC officials took time. It was told on Tuesday that answer sheets of 100 candidates will be published. Before that there needs to be a discussion. Just like in 9th-10th, the meeting was held before the release of the answer sheet of 40 candidates, in this also it is necessary. They will hold a meeting with all the parties to the case. The commission, the Board of Secondary Education and the counsel for the petitioner will hold a meeting till December 14 and take a decision. They want to examine the evidence given by the CBI in the meeting. The commission also said that how many people have been given fake appointment letters, it will also be investigated. Justice Gangopadhyay has ordered to submit that report on December 21. Let us tell you that many officials of the education department including former minister Partha Chatterjee have been arrested in the SSC scam.