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Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) conducted the prelims examination of Review Officer (RO) and Assistant Review Officer (ARO) in the state on February 11, 2024. Soon after the exam, news of paper leak started going viral on social media.

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By the evening of 11 February, many users on social media started claiming that the exam paper had already been leaked in some districts. It is being claimed on social media that the RO/ARO exam 2024 paper and answers to all the questions were leaked even before the exam.

Seal of question paper found broken in first shift in Ghazipur

During this time, some candidates in Ghazipur started creating ruckus in the first morning shift saying that the seal of the paper was broken before the examination. Some candidates created ruckus outside the center and tried to sit on the road demanding information about the examination. But police station incharge Rajesh Bahadur Singh present at the spot stopped them. SDM Ashutosh Kumar reached the spot, pacified him by explaining and got the examination started. The video of the youth's uproar is becoming increasingly viral on social media.

More than 10 lakh candidates had applied

UPPSC RO ARO 2024 exam is one of the biggest exams of Uttar Pradesh. For this, 10 lakh 69 thousand 725 candidates had applied for the recruitment examination.

There are two papers in the exam

RO/ARO recruitment exam consists of two papers (in two shifts). The first paper is of General Knowledge (Objective Type), which is a two-hour exam for a total of 140 marks. The second paper is of General Hindi. It consists of objective type 60 questions, for which 1 hour is given. Altogether there are 200 questions in both the papers. Every question is of 1 mark.

'Public Examination (Prevention of Malpractices) Bill 2024' introduced for irregularities in examination

Let us tell you that the Central Government introduced the 'Public Examinations (Prevention of Malpractices) Bill 2024' in the Lok Sabha on February 5 to curb irregularities like paper leaks or cheating in government recruitment examinations. This bill has a provision for a minimum 3 years and maximum 10 years jail sentence and a fine of up to Rs 1 crore for those who commit irregularities in examinations and organizations. However, state level examinations are not included in it, like – UPPSC RO ARO 2024 Exam.

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