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Saturday, 12 September 2020

Data entry operator booked for meddling with exam sheets

Tribune News Service

Panchkula, September 11

The police have filed a case against a data entry operator (DEO) of HARTRON for allegedly meddling with type test sheets of State Eligibility Test in Computer Appreciation Applications (SETC) exam.

The SETC exam is a requisite qualification for clerks, steno typists, junior scale stenographers and senior scale stenographers for grant of first annual increment for newly appointed/recruited employees and for the promotion from the post of Class-D and Restore.

The exam was conducted between August 4 and August 19 at the HARTRON Bhawan, Panchkula.

On the complaint of a personal assistant of a HARTRON senior official, the police booked Deepak Kundu, who lives in Dhakoli at present, but is a permanent resident of Jind.

“As per the practice, type test sheets of applicants having qualified speed on the basis of SETC test conducted from August 4 and August 19 were compared randomly with password protected documents stored in computer system. During the random checking, it was found that printed type test sheet of one candidate, Deepak, was different from the password protected documents stored in computer system, along with different signature of the applicant. Accordingly, all type test sheets of the applicants, who were observed passed in the type test (second part of SETC typing test), were checked. After checking, it was found that seven printed type test sheets were different from the password protected documents,” the FIR read quoting the complainant.

“After investigation, it was found that altercations in type test sheets were made by DEO Kundu. We recovered all seven original type test sheets printed from the password protected documents and duly signed by the respective applicants from him. Results of these seven applicants have been withheld. Kundu also revealed that he had been indulged in such practices since August 2019,” the complainant further said.

A case was registered against Kundu under Sections 420, 467, 468, 471 and 120 of the IPC at the Sector 5 police station.

from The Tribune

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