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Selection of Patwaris to be held through online exam in Madhya Pradesh

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By Pervez Bari

Bhopal: The selection of Patwaris in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh will be done through online examination. This was decided at the cabinet meeting chaired by the state Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan here on Thursday.

At present, 2,790 posts of Patwaris are vacant. Examination and all other procedures for filling these posts will be conducted online. Its objective is to ensure total transparency in the recruitment process. Revenue Department will organise this exam after entering into agreement with MP Online.

Patwari is a district-level post and candidates must be domiciles of the district. Collector will head a district-level committee, which will comprise two Deputy Collectors and one representative of Deputy Collector rank belonging to Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes. This committee will carry out the work of supervising online exam, verifying application forms and original documents, calculation of vacant posts of various categories as per reservation roster and publication of district-level final preference list.

According to an official release, applications for Patwari selection exam will be posted on the website through MP Online and exam fees can also be deposited through the kiosks of MP Online. The exam will be conducted at centres identified by MP Online on dates fixed by Commissioner Land Records. For this, exam centres have been identified in Bhopal, Jabalpur, Indore, Gwalior, Satna, Sagar and Ujjain districts. It may be mentioned that the exams will be held on different dates.

An applicant can move online application for the exam by depositing the prescribed fees at a kiosk of MP Online. MP Online has fixed fees (service tax) of Rs. 593 for the exam. After the last date, applications received district-wise will be sent online to districts.

A committee will be constituted at the district level for tallying information given in the online application with original documents. The committee will tally online applications with original documents and fix eligibility of applicants on a particular date. After examination of documents, MP Online will take out admit card printout with photograph of the candidate. Admit card will be available online and can be downloaded by an applicant anywhere in the state.

On prescribed dates, eligible candidates can attempt the online exam at the exam centres decided by MP Online. Objective type question-banks consisting of two to three thousand questions will be prepared by Commissioner Land Records and Bandobast. Every candidate will be given separate questions to solve from this question-bank. After the written exam, candidates can see the results on the computer screen. But written exam's printout will not be provided to the candidate. After the exam, every district will be provided selection list as per reservation roster according to which patwaris' appointment can be made. Waiting list will be valid for next three years.

District-wise final preference list will be prepared, which will be displayed on the notice-board of district collector's office as well as MP Online website. In the preparation of preference list weightage of 50 per cent each will be given to a candidate on marks secured by him in higher secondary (10+2) exam and marks secured in the written exam.

Trade & Industries Centres in 12 districts

Meanwhile, the cabinet decided to set up District Trade & Industries Centres in 12 newly constituted districts for ensuring efficient implementation of state's Industrial Promotion Policy and various schemes as well as industrial development. These districts are Singrauli, Anuppur, Sheopur, Neemuch, Alirajpur, Ashok Nagar, Dindori, Umaria, Burhanpur, Katni, Barwani and Harda.

A total of 108 posts have been sanctioned for these newly constituted districts at the rate of 9 posts for every District Trade & Industries Centre. For 37 of these posts to be filled through direct recruitment, the ban on direct recruitment will be relaxed and posts of vehicle driver, peon and watchman will be filled through outsourcing.

The cabinet decided to reject the appeal to the Governor by Mr. Triveni Prasad Sondhiya against his compulsory retirement as Session Judge Class-2.

The cabinet decided to rejected the appeal to the Governor by retired Additional District & Sessions Judge against his compulsory retirement.

The cabinet praised eight children and two coaches of Madhya Pradesh for their excellent performances in Special World Summer Games 2011 for special children at Athens (Greece). These special children were selected for taking part in athletics, swimming, football, power-lifting, basketball and skating competitions, the release added.

[Pervez Bari is a Journalist based at Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. He is associated with IndianMuslimObserver.com as Bureau Chief (Madhya Pradesh). He can be contacted at pervezbari@eth.net]
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