Thursday, 8 December 2011

Newspaper coverage after Nagpur Press Conference

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NGO alleges fraud in UPSC exams

NAGPUR: A Delhi-based NGO, Transparency Seekers for Accountability, has lavelled serious allegations of corruption and fraud in the civil services examinations conducted by the UnionPublic Service Commission (UPSC).

In a press meet at Tilak Patrakar Bhavan, Dhanoli on Tuesday, the NGO informed that many cases were filed in the Delhi High Court and Supreme Court by candidates who have fallen prey to corruption, fraud and deception by UPSC over the years. Cases of destruction of evidence and bogus roll numbers are also there against the UPSC.

"The adamant attitude of UPSC can be gauged from the fact that it has failed to provide photocopy of the answer-sheets to the candidates despite apex court's judgment, in CBSE versus Aditya Bandhopaddhyay case, directing all examination bodies to provide photocopy under the Right to Information ( RTI) Act," claimed Dr Prashant Chakkarwar, convener of the Transparency Seekers for Accountability.

"The entire nation will suffer if a single fraud IAS/IPS officer is selected. There should be transparency in this examination which selects the high ranking officials who contour the fate of the nation," he insisted.

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