BJP has criticized the state government for Chhattisgarh Professional Examination Board (CPEB)’s decision to organise PET-PPHT exams without having an exam controller.
State BJP Chief Vikram Usendi alleged that due to this irresponsible act of the state government, the crucial PET-PPHT entrance exams were cancelled.
“Was Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel not aware that in place of an exam controller the CPEB is being run by an advisor appointed by him, which resulted in stalling of the examination,” BJP chief Vikram Usendi questioned in a press release.
CPEB is a key department that decides the future of youth and Bhupesh Baghle-led government by scheduling exam without having an exam controller has very irresponsibly jeopardised the future of lakhs of youth, Usendi remarked.
Raking up the issue of delay in payment of salary of state government employees due to problem in the government owned servers, Usendi said by shifting the responsibility on officers for the cancellation of exam, the state government has mocked lakhs of students.
“Bhupesh Baghel may be trying to impress Congress national president Rahul Gandhi by engaging in electioneering in Uttar Pradesh, but the reality is that he (Baghel) is a total failure in Chhattisgarh,” Usendi stated.
According to the BJP leader cancellation of exam just a day before the test is unfair as candidates are provided with a window period of five days to make sure they reach the examination center on time.