NDWA supports call for CTSE 2023 re-exam

DIMAPUR, AUGUST 5 (MExN): The Nagaland Dental Welfare Association (NDWA) has extended support to the ultimatum submitted by the Combined Technical Association of Nagaland (CTAN) demanding for re-examination of Electrical engineering Diploma/Degree papers of CTSE-2023.

A press release from the association mentioned that this has not been the first case of negligence and errors in setting of questions by the NPSC be it NCS, CESE, CTSE and Agri –allied and others.

“Furthermore, it is learnt that the question papers of CTSE-2023 were as such that, the majority of the questions were easily visible and accessible even without breaking the seal. It was more like questions printed in loose papers and stapled together with a seal in the middle. The question papers of any competitive exam should be as such that no question should be visible or accessible unless and until the invigilator instructs to break opening the seal,” the NDWA said.

It meanwhile expressed grief over the inconvenience which may arise if NPSC fails to address the issue within the stipulated time, affecting the serious aspirants whose interviews and exams are scheduled to be conducted during this period and also assured for any kind of help in this regard.

It appealed to all right thinking citizens/aspirants/organizations to extend precious support “in the process of pursing justice.”