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20 May 2017

25 Lakhs bound for Group D recruitment exam

TT, May 19: Around 25 lakh candidates are set to appear in the Bengal government's Group D recruitment exam to be held across the state tomorrow. The number of vacancies: 6,000.
Sources said more than one lakh people were expected to converge on the city from districts for the test, triggering fears of traffic chaos.
On Tuesday, chief secretary Basudeb Banerjee had chaired a meeting at Nabanna to review the preparedness for the examination.
Officials of the Group D Board, Eastern Railway, transport department and Metro Railway were present at the meeting. The district magistrates participated in the talks through video conferencing.
A Metro guide to the test and related arrangements.
The test will continue from 2.30pm to 3.45pm. The exam halls will be opened at 1.30pm. No candidate will be allowed to enter the hall after 2.20pm. Mobile phones are not allowed inside the halls.
Snarl alert
Traffic movement could be affected on Brabourne Road, APC Road, AJC Bose Road, SN Banerjee Road, Asutosh Mukherjee Road, SP Mukherjee Road, EM Bypass, Rashbehari connector, Diamond Harbour Road and some roads in the Beleghata and Kasba areas.
More than 1,200 state buses will be on the city roads tomorrow, instead of the usual Saturday count of 800. Senior officials will be present in the control room of the West Bengal Transport Corporation from the morning. There will be more trams, too.
The Eastern Railway will run as many suburban trains tomorrow as it runs on a weekday, a spokesperson said. Metro, too, will run its weekday quota of 300 trains, compared with the usual Saturday count of 224. The first and last trains will leave the orginating stations at 6.45am and 9.55pm.
Water transport
All 35 jetties between Dakshineswar and Kulpi in South 24-Parganas will be operational. The Hooghly Jalapath Nigam has been asked to focus on safety in the wake of the Bhadreswar jetty collapse that killed 14 people.
Police will set up kiosks at railway stations to help the examinees. All 25 traffic guards in the city will deploy additional cops on major roads. The sergeants have been asked to ensure that candidates do not face any problem and guide them to the nearest test centres. Each exam centre will have four cops.
The health department has been asked to deploy nurses with first-aid kits and keep adequate ORS and drinking water ready at the exam centres.

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