Gujarati Video: Student leader Yuvrajsinh Jadeja welcomes decision of confirmation of candidates in Talati exam – Gujarati Video Student leader Yuvrajsinh Jadeja welcomes decision of confirmation for Talati exam

by Ana Lopez

The government says that 59 per cent candidates were absent in the recently held junior clerk examination. This leads to unnecessary wastage of resources and deterioration of materials including paper. In view of this situation, the candidates who want to appear in the Talati exam are required to give their confirmation.

Student leader Yuvraj Singh has welcomed the decision to take confirmation of candidates in Talati examination to be held on May 7 instead of April 30 in Gujarat. He has said that the board has taken the right decision by taking lessons from the past incidents. For this exam, even though the form has been filled, you have to give an assurance to appear in the exam. Gujarat Seva Selection Board Chairman Hasmukh Patel made an important statement about the Talati exam and said that the candidates have to fill the confirmation form and the candidate who does not give the confirmation will not be able to take the exam.

Although the form has been filled, the assurance of appearing in the exam will have to be given. State government spokesperson Rishikesh Patel also said that these measures are necessary to prevent wastage of materials including paper.

The form can be filled from OJAS

  • Confirmation forms will be filled on OJAS website from tomorrow.
  • Only the candidate who fills the form will be able to take the exam.
  • 6 days time will be given to fill the form and only those candidates who fill this form will be able to take the exam.
  • In the form general details including date of birth and assurance of appearing in the exam must be given.
  • Confirmation of candidates will be taken first

Candidates who do not give confirmation will not be able to take the exam. According to this important decision, the confirmation of the candidates will be taken first, the candidates who do not give confirmation will not be able to take the exam. The government says that 59 per cent candidates were absent in the recently held junior clerk examination. This leads to unnecessary wastage of resources and deterioration of materials including paper. In view of this situation, the candidates who want to appear in the Talati exam are required to give their confirmation.

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