APSC Cash-for-Job-Scam: Assam Govt approves extension of term of one-man inquiry commission

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The Gauhati High Court on July 10, 2019, had set up the one-man commission under retired judge BK Sharma
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Guwahati: The Assam Governor on Monday extended the term of the one-man inquiry commission headed by Justice (Retd) BK Sharma of Gauhati High Court constituted by the Government to inquire into the allegations of anomalies and malpractices in the conduct of Civil Services Preliminary and Main Examinations the result of which was declared on May 12, 2015, for a further period upto March 31, 2022, or till the submission of its report, whichever is earlier.

The Gauhati High Court on July 10, 2019, had set up the one-man commission under retired judge BK Sharma.

An official notification earlier stated, “The terms of reference of the commission of inquiry shall inquire into the entire process of selection of the candidates and role of the chairman (Rakesh Paul) and other members of APSC and the system followed by APSC for the setting of questions for conducting various examinations including the qualifications, integrity and competency of the question setters and whether the question setters are properly trained and briefed by the APSC.”

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