After a media report of the possibility of paper leak in Rajasthan, the Indian Veterinary Association (IVA) has demanded strict vigil to curb such misdoing.
The Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) is going to conduct examination to 900 posts of veterinary officers in the state on August 2.
IVA president Dr Chirantan Kadian has said in a letter to RPSC: “It is submitted that there are Newspaper reports that the Examinations papers for 900 posts of veterinary officers are going to be leaked out and will be sold for a huge amount of money.”
“The candidates are apprehensive of the bungling and there will not be fair selection,” Dr Kadian stated.
“We feel it is our duty to inform you to take strict vigilance measures in conducting examinations to 900 posts of veterinary officers," the letter states.