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New Divisional Commissioner Takes Charge Rajasthan Board Exams to Ensure Tight Security

ByTheCurrentScenario

Jan 15, 2024
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Ajmer, Rajasthan (Rajesh Verma) Divisional Commissioner Mahesh Chand Sharma took charge on Monday. District Collector Dr. Bharti Dixit and Revenue Appeal Officer Mr. Gajendra Singh Rathore welcomed him. Shri Sharma also took charge of the Rajasthan Secondary Education Board administration on Monday itself. On this occasion, he said that the government schemes will be implemented promptly in a transparent and sensitive manner by staying among the common people. Board exams are about to take place. In this case, around 20 lakh students will appear for the exam. This examination will be conducted under tight security. Any kind of carelessness or negligence will not be tolerated in the examination. Shri Sharma said that the flagship schemes of the state and government of India will be implemented promptly in a transparent and sensitive manner by staying among the common people. The first priority will be for the entire team of 7 districts of the division to work with administrative officers and various departments with better coordination.

He said that what is most needed is better coordination. There is a lack of coordination in many departments. It will be an effort for all departments to work with better coordination and responsibility. By understanding the needs of the common people, better output will be given. He said that, along with his team, he will resolve those issues with sensitivity and promptness. For this, the general public has to go to government offices for small tasks and wait. Shri Sharma said that a meeting of the High Power Committee regarding the board examination was held only two days ago. Around 20 lakh candidates will appear in the examination to be held in February. It was decided that any kind of carelessness or negligence would not be tolerated in the examination. Board examinations will be conducted under tight arrangements and tight security. Shri Sharma said that efforts will be made to ensure that the work of the Revenue Court is also done regularly. All officers should be sensitive and complete the work by setting a timeline.

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