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UPP Constable Exam Paper Leak: Board Denies Leak, Addresses Cheating Attempts

The Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment and Promotion Board (UPPRPB) has issued a statement addressing rumors of a paper leak for the ongoing police constable recruitment exam. They assure candidates that the exam is proceeding "safely and smoothly" and emphasize their commitment to transparency and integrity.

Key Points:

  • No Paper Leak: UPPPRPB denies any paper leak, attributing social media claims to misuse of Telegram's editing feature.
  • Misinformation Addressed: Board and UP Police are investigating the source of false information and taking action against those spreading it.
  • Cheating Attempts Curbed: Over 244 individuals arrested or detained between Feb 15-18 for suspected cheating or planning to cheat.
  • Exam Integrity Upheld: UPPPRPB reiterates dedication to fairness and transparency in the recruitment process.

The UPPPRPB aims to recruit 60,244 constables, attracting nearly 48 lakh applicants from UP. The claims of a leaked paper gained traction on social media, particularly on X. The board emphasizes they will verify all unverified news and assure candidates of their commitment to a fair process.

Published date : 19 Feb 2024 02:47PM

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