The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released an important notice for the Delhi Police Constable Exam 2016 regarding the paper leak news circulating. The official site of SSC clarified to the candidates who are appearing in the examination that there is no paper leak in the Delhi Police Constable Exam 2016.
The notification was released on the official site ssc.nic.in last night. A video was posted on the Youtube, allegedly saying that the leakage of question paper at one exam center in Delhi. In the notice, the SSC clearly said that the “youtube” video of ABP news is an old video of the year 2012 that is being circulated. The video talks about the paper leak in Rohini Sector 1, New Delhi, which is not even a venue for Delhi Police Constable Exam, the SSC cleared. They also added that there have been no such incidents and the security measures for the exam are also doing fine. “The news item is totally baseless and misleading and the Delhi Police Exam 2016 is being conducted by SSC seamlessly throughout the Country,” the Commission further added.
The notification also confirms that 1,95,857 candidates are writing the examination all over 57 centers in the country. It also added that all the security measures absolutely at its place and the examination are being conducted without any hassle. The news of paper leak is merely a rumor and there’s no truth in it. The SSC took the online applications for Delhi Police Constable Recruitment from September 10 to October 10, 2016. Firstly, the Delhi police conducted Physical Endurance and Measurement Test (PE&MT) at various places in the country. The candidates who qualified PE&MT were later issued the call letters by SSC.