SP warns candidates against resorting to backdoor methods

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Fitness matters: Five-km run in progress as part of recruitment test for constables in Khammam on Monday . —
Fitness matters: Five-km run in progress as part of recruitment test for constables in Khammam on Monday . —

Staff Reporter

Hundreds attend constable recruitment test

The recruitment process will be totally transparent, says SP

Special arrangements made to provide water, medical facilities

KHAMMAM: Superintendent of Police Devender Singh Chauhan Monday sounded a warning to the candidates appearing for the constable recruitment tests against resorting to backdoor methods. Talking to reporters here he said that they should rely more on their merit and performance instead of playing into the hands of the unscrupulous elements.

He said the recruitment process would be totally transparent. The five-km run would be organized for seven to eight days as part of the recruitment process to fill the posts of 150 civil constables, 10 armed reserve constables and 39 woman constables.

Some 12,000 applications were sold in the district, but only 6,353 applications were received before the last date notified by the department. In all 5,931 men and 422 women were among the applicants. The five-km run was organized near Pandillapalli by dividing them into separate batches comprising 100 members each.

Those qualifying in the run would be would participate in other physical fitness tests. Traffic on the Bonakal road was diverted from Sambhaninagar in view of the run which had a good number of participants.

Some of the candidates who could finish the run in the stipulated time had lost their number slips. All such candidates represented personally to the Superintendent of Police. Special arrangements were made to provide water and medical facilities ion the spot. A team of doctors were kept stand by.

Some of the girls who failed to qualify in the five km run, broke down. Officials tried to assuage their feelings and wished them better luck next time.



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