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MIZORAM PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

(CONDUCT OF EXAMINATIONS) GUIDELINES

(Notification No.A-2/9/2001 Dt.1.2.2011)

2011

Preface The Mizoram Public Service Commission has formulated Guidelines for (Conduct of Examination) 2003 in consonance with the Examination System followed by Union Public Service Commission and other State Public Service Commissions in the country. As per these guidelines, Written Competitive Examinations and Personal Interviews were conducted only for recruitment of Organized Services having their own Competitive Examination Regulations while Recruitment of all other Services were done through Screening Test and Personal Interview. But Screening Test Marks were counted only for eligibility for Interview and Final Selection of the Candidates was determined by Personal Interview Marks. The Guidelines for (Conduct of Examination) 2003 was revised and a new Guideline was issued on 23.1.2007 by changing the Examination System from Screening to General Competitive Examination and Technical Competitive Examination System for Direct Recruitment of all Services other than those Organized Services. Personal Interview carries 12.5% marks of the Written Competitive Examinations as per the Supreme Court direction. Again, due to the emergence of New Concept in the Examination System and procurement of Optical Mark Reader (OMR) by the Commission, the Commission has revised the Guidelines issued in 2007 and introduced Multiple Choice Question System (Objective Type Question) for all Written Competitive Examination w.e.f. 15.5.2009 and subsequently introduced Combined Services General Competitive Examinations and Combined Services Technical Competitive Examinations for Direct Recruitment of all services other than Organized Services under the Government of Mizoram w.e.f. 15.05.2010. Secretary Mizoram Public Service Commission

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(d) ‘Controller’ means Controller of Examinations in the office of the Commission. 2. 2011.NOTIFICATION No. Definitions In these Guidelines unless the context otherwise requires (a) ‘Commission’ means the Mizoram Public Service Commission. the Mizoram Public Service Commission hereby lays down the following guidelines: 1. (b) ‘Chairman’ means Chairman of the Commission.2011. (c) ‘Secretary’ means Secretary of the Commission.2011. For the smooth and effective discharge of the Constitutional obligations bestowed by the provisions of Article 320 of the Constitution of India and to streamline the process of conducting competitive examinations and Personal Interviews for Direct Recruitment of all services other than Organised services under the Government of Mizoram. (b) They shall come into force from 1. Short title and Commencement (a) These Guidelines may be called The Mizoram Public Service Commission (Conduct of Examinations) Guidelines.2.1.A-2/9/2001 Dt.2. .

(f) ‘Assistant Controller’ means Assistant Controller of Examinations in the office of the Commission. (h) ‘Examination’ means competitive examinations or any other examinations conducted by the Commission. (g) ‘Confidential Paper’ means such paper(s) or documents considered confidential by the Commission. (k) ‘Centre Superintendent’ means person(s) appointed by the Commission to conduct and oversee examinations at a centre. (j) ‘Supervisor’ means person(s) appointed by the Commission to supervise examinations at a Centre and to act as link officer with the Controller. (i) ‘Centre’means the examination centre for holding any examination conducted by the Commission as may be alloted to it. (l) ‘Assistant Centre Superintendent’ means person(s) appointed by the Commission to assist the Centre Superintendent in the smooth conduct of examinations. .2 (e) ‘Deputy Controller’ means Deputy Controller of Examinations in the office of the Commission.

Tabulator. Observer’ means persons appointed by the Commission under such designations. If the Service Rule or Examination Regualtion does not specifically state the time for submission of application. Moderator. Advertisement: 5.and cost of application form 3. Scrutiniser. normally one month’s time will be given for submission of aplication forms. advertisement will be floated. Head Examiner. Examiner. (a) Application form for the advertised post(s) may be obtained from the Reception Counter of the office of the Mizoram Public Service Commission and from the office of Deputy Commissioner of various districts of the state on payment of application fee of Rs.3 (m) ‘Invigilator’ means a person appointed by the Commission to perform invigilation work at an examination centre. Proposal: 4. the Commission’s Examination/Recruitment Section will examine the proposal in detail and seek the approval of the Commission for floating an open advertisement. When the Commission’s approval is obtained.150/. The advertisement so floated will be circulated widely through AIR/Doordarshan/Local Cable TV and Daily Newspapers which are approved by the Commission. Application Forms & Fees: . As soon as a proposal for direct recruitment of post(s) is received from the Government. Expert. (n) ‘Paper-setter.

i. 6.4 Rs.C. Candidates submitting wrong/false .L. Details for mode of payment and other necessary information can be had from the web page.e Rs.gov. onwards.mizoram. The application form may be obtained and submitted between 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM on all working days.(for SC/ST/OBC).and cost of application form Rs. However. (b) Online submission of application(s) for the advertised post(s) may be done from the web page of the Mizoram Public Service Commission (http://www.200/. candidates selected for interview on the basis of written examinations are required to produce their original certificate and mark sheet from H. For General Category an application fee of Rs.10/.160/.have to be paid.S.i. SC/ ST/OBC/Physically Handicapped certificate and any other relevant documents issued by competent authority well ahead of the date of interview.210/.mpsc. The above fees may vary if the Examination Regulations for the post(s) specify a different fee(s).10/. Documents to be attached while submitting application forms: Applicants are not required to submit any documents along with the OMR application form.in) on payment of necessary fees and service charge.e Rs. The cost of Application Form is non-refundable.

Duties of Examination/ Direct recruitment Section after last date for submission of forms: Application forms submitted by the candidates will be received by the Receptionist and the daily receipt of application forms may be submitted to the Examination/Direct Recruitment Section half an hour before closing of the office. For this purpose a register should be maintained wherein the Receptionist should obtain the signature of the dealing clerk who receives the application forms submitted. Admit Card shall be prepared. After obtaining the Commission’s approval for holding examination. After the last day for submission of application forms the Examination/Direct Recruitment Section shall scrutinise all the forms in minute details and incomplete applications should summarily be rejected. then candidates will have to affix two 9. 8. the Examination Section shall put up the concerned file to the Commission for fixing of examination dates alongwith a statement showing the number of valid applications and those rejected. If the Recruitment Rules/Regulations clearly specify that an examination should be held.5 information will be summarily rejected and penalised accordingly as per rules. 7. only HSLC/HSSLC Certificates or other documents approved by the Commission will be accepted. After scrutiny. Admit Card: . Age Proof: For Age proof .

a competitive examination will be held in the manner as indicated below. The Admit Card will be despatched to the candidates either by post or through Despatch Rider. While preparing the Admit Card an Attendance Sheet where candidates’ signature has to be obtained at the time of examination will also be prepared and one passport size photo be appended. 10. The competitive examination will be of two kinds namely : I. a duplicate Admit Card will be issued on payment of Rs 50/-.6 recent passport size photograph in the application form. Combined Services Technical Competitive Examination . Conduct of Examination: When there are applicants more than the prescribed number to be called for interview as indicated in Rule 24. Combined Services General Competitive Examination and II. Instructions for candidates will clearly be appended on the reverse side of the Admit Card. If a candidate loses his Admit Card he should inform the Controller / Centre Superintendent immediately stating clearly the reason for the loss and if the Controller/Centre Superintendent is satisfied of the genuineness of the loss.

Etc. Preposition. Nouns.II General Studies Paper . Adverb.7 I.II OBJECTIVE TYPE a) Grammar : Parts of Speech. As far as practicable the questions will be of multiple choice (objective type).III Total DETAILS OF SYLLABUS : (1) General English Paper . Verb. Adjective.I General Studies Paper . : 40 Marks . General English Paper .I General English Paper .I ESSAY TYPE (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) : : : : : : 100 Marks 100 Marks 200 Marks 200 Marks 200 Marks 800 Marks : 100 Marks a) b) c) d) e) f) (2) Essay Writing Précis Writing Letter Writing Idioms & Phrases Expansion of passages Comprehension of given passages : : : : : : : 25 Marks 15 Marks 15 Marks 15 Marks 15 Marks 15 Marks 100 Marks General English Paper .II General Studies Paper . Combined Services General Competitive Examination Combined Services General Competitive Examination will be held when recruitment for a certain post does not have a specific guideline or when it does not require specific subject wise specification but can be written by any graduate from a recognised university on five Papers as stated below.

Activities of the Christian Missions. Revenue. Rural Indebtedness. Evolution of British Paramountcy over princely States. History of Modern India and Indian Cultures (a) : 100 marks (b) (c) (d) Historical forces and factors which led to the British conquest of India with special references to Bengal.I OBJECTIVE TYPE : 200 Marks : 30 Marks A. d) Correct usage and vocabularies.8 b) Compositions : 30 Marks i) Analysis of complex and compound sentences. (3) General Studies Paper . Destruction of Handicraft Industries. Commercialisation of Agriculture. Resistance of Indian powers and causes of their failure. Growth of Agriculture Labour. ii) Transformation of sentences. Stages of colonialism and changes in Administrative and policies. iii) Synthesis of sentences. Judicial and Social and Educational and their linkages with British colonial interests. Maharashtra and Sind. British economic policies and their impact. . Drain of Wealth. Growth of Modern Industry and Rise of a Capitalist Class.

British official response to National Movement. Revolt of 1857. . rise and growth of Left-wing within the Congress Socialists and communists. social. tribal revolts. specially in Central and Eastern India. State(s) people movements. Current events of national and international importance.Socioreligious movements. political and economic ideas of the reformers and their vision of future. Programme of the early nationalists and militant nationalists. militant revolutionary group terrorists. Trade Union and peasant movements. Deccan Riots and Maplia Uprising. Attitude of the congress to Constitutional changes 1909-1935. Civil Rebellions and peasant revolts with special reference to Indigo Revolt. : 100 Marks (f) (g) B. Rise and Growth of Indian National Movement. Rise and Growth of communalism. Social basis of Indian nationalism policies. Emergence of Gandhiji in Indian politics and his techniques of mass mobilisation: Noncooperation. nature and limitation of 19th Century “Renaissance”. Civil rebellions. The Partition of India and Achievement of Freedom. religious. caste movements in general with special reference to South India and Maharashtra.9 (e) Efforts at regeneration of Indian society. Civil Disobedience and Quit India Movement. Indian National Army Naval Mutiny of 1946.

Planning and Developmental Administration. B. State Government. the changing composition. The Indian Economy: Guiding principles of Indian economic policy. A general study of modern Indian social and political thought. Socio-economic changes and its impact on Indian democracy. Role of the Governor. Government. The B. C. Gokhale. linguism and communalism. Raja Rammohan Roy. Tilak. Dadabhai Nauroji. Gandhi. Problems of secularization of the policy and national integration. Political. Roy and Nehru. Supreme Court and Judicial Review. The Structure: Indian Constitution. Sri Aurobindo. B. M. Indian Economy : 75 Marks (a) . politics of regionalism. Indian Federalism. Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles.II OBJECTIVE TYPE : 200 Marks A.10 (4) General Studies Paper .Planned growth and distributive justice . Political parties and political participation. A. Union.R. Centre State relations. Ambedkar.N. Parliament. Panchayati Raj The Functioning: Class and Caste in Indian Politics. elites. Cabinet. Indian Polity Indian Economy Geography of India Indian Polity: 75 Marks (a) : : : 75 Marks 75 Marks 50 Marks (b) (c) The Roots: Colonialism and nationalism in India.Eradication of poverty.

Technological change. National income . origin and mechanism of the Indian Monsoon.11 institutional framework of the Indian economy.Banking and other financial institutions. Monetary and credit trends and policy. Federal governmental structure-Agriculture and industrial sectors. religion and culture in the formation of regions.its sectoral and regional distribution. Control of monopolies and monopolistic practices. Foreign trade and the balance of payments. Agriculture Production: Agriculture Policy: lands reforms.Public and private sectors.Genesis ethnic/racial diversities.Geological history. Relationship with the Industrial Sector. soils and vegetation. experience and problems. Indian Planning: Objectives. tribal areas and their problems. physiography and drainage systems. Industrial Production: Industrial Policy. land capability. population . Public and private sector. Pricing Policies for agricultural and industrial outputs Procurement and public Distribution. Human Aspects . identification and distribution of drought and flood prone areas. and role of language. schemes of natural physiographic drainage and climate regionalisation. (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) C. Regional distribution. Geography of India : 50 Marks Physical Aspects . Extent and incidence of poverty. Budgetary trends and fiscal policy. strategy. historical perspectives and unity and diversity.

intra and interregional trade and the role of rural market centres. study of mineral based. crop combinations and agricultural regionalization. functional and their archaical patterns of Indian cities. and agricultural land use policy. identification of backward areas and rural industrialization. Industry – History of industrial development factors of localization.12 distribution. tenure. dry-zone agriculture. urban development in India. Rural settlement patterns. industrial decentralization and industrial policy. agro-based and forest based industries. land holdings. Rural economy. power fertilizers. Resources conservation and utilization of land mineral. . biotic and marine resources. intensity of cropping. competition and complimentarily in regional context. Census concepts of urban areas. and seeds. industrial complexes and industrial regionalization. social forestry and household industry. internal structure of Indian cities. railways. green revolution. and productivity. consolidation and land reforms. agricultural efficiency. institutional factors. Settlements. airways and water ways. national urbanization policy. Agriculture – The infrastructure. city regions and the rural-urban fringe. and growth. animal husbandry. Transport and Trade – Study of the network of roadways. food and nutrition. population problems and policies. town planning slums and urban housing. water. irrigation. passenger and commodity flow. man and environment-ecological problems and their management. density.

the international boundary of India and related issues. (5) General Studies Paper . district and clock level planning.Regional policies in Indian Five Year Plan. etc. The role and impact of science and technology in the development of India. : 75 Marks In the part relating to the role and impact of science and technology in the development of India. regional consciousness and national integration. experience of regional planning in India.III OBJECTIVE TYPE : 200 Marks A. multi-level planning state. Centre State relations and the Constitutional framework for multi-level planning. command areas and river basins. It will also include general knowledge relating to science. India and geopolitics of the Indian Ocean area. tribal and hill areas. regional disparities in development in India. drought prone areas. terminologies. Political Aspects – Geographical basis of Indian federalism. state reorganization.13 Regional Development and Planning . . emphasis will be on applied aspects. inventions and discoveries. Regionalisation for planning for metropolitan regions. questions will be asked to test the candidate’s awareness of the role and impact of science and technology in India.

famines. Combined Services Technical Competitive Examination Combined Services Technical Competitive Examinations will be held when the relevant Recruitment Rules/Service Rules do not specify the mode on how an examination will be conducted but invites an application from such persons who possess either a Graduate or Post Graduation Degree on a specific subject from a recognised university as specified in the relevant Recruitment Rules. Cultural Heritage and Traditional Practices and General Knowledge about Mizoram will include broad history of Mizoram including pre and post advent of the British.II (Objective Type) : : : : 100 Marks 100 Marks 200 Marks 200 Marks . C. Cultural and traditional practices.I General English Paper . socio-economic and political events after independence. History. Political upheavals. The scheme of examination is as follows:i) ii) iii) iv) General English Paper .II Technical Subject Paper .14 B. General Knowledge will include objective questions about Mizoram. Aptitude Test : 50 Marks II. dances and festivals. Cultural Heritage and Traditional Practices and General Knowledge about Mizoram : 75 Marks History. the Lushai Chiefs. customary laws and practices including folk lore and songs. Colonial Era.I (Objective Type) Technical Subject Paper .

Whenever an Examination is to be conducted. Examination Programme: The Examination programme will be displayed on the Admit Card/Attendance Sheet and also on the notice board of the examination centre. Two days prior to the commencement of the examination. when seated.III (Objective Type) (a) Technical (b) Aptitude Total : : : 150 Marks 50 Marks 800 Marks The detailed syllabus in General English Paper I and Paper II will be similar to that of the General Competitive Examination. On receipt of such declaration the Controller will decide whether to retain the officer/staff or not on his own responsibility. the Assistant Controller/Centre Superintendent shall complete all the seating arrangments of the candidates. 11. shall face one way and placed at sufficient 12. The marks carried by the three papers will be 200 marks each and the question will be of multiple choice objective type question. Arrangment of Seats. Declaration to be made by the staff of the Commission: 13.The seats should be so arranged that candidates. the staff of the Commission who has a close relative appearing in the examination should make a declaration to the Controller stating that their near/close relative(s) is/are appearing in the examination. The syllabus of technical paper and the standard will be based on the Recruitment Rules/Service Rules of the said post.15 v) Technical Subject Paper . .

14. Admission to the Examination Hall/ Room. and distance between the seats of candidates shall be prepared and forwarded to the Controller by name immediately after the seating arrangment is made in a separate cover marked “SEAT PLAN”. On the other days of examination they will be allowed to enter the examination hall/room ten minutes before the commencement of the examination. (b) Candidate. whose name does not appear in the Roll Sheet shall not be allowed to enter or sit in the examination. prompting or adopting unfair practices. However. the Examination Hall will be opened half an hour before the commencement of the examination so as to enable the candidates to find out the seats alloted to them.16 distance from one another so as to prevent copying. The ratio of the number of Invigilators to the number of candidates should normally be 1:30 subject to the condition that no room should have less than two invigilators. . this will not include person or persons connected with the examination. A seat plan showing the Roll No. (a) On the first day of the examination. of candidates. Full details of the seating arrangement in a diagram. their relative positions. should be hung up outside each room and hall where examination is held.

15. (e) Candidates shall be permitted to take a seat only at a Centre where he/she has been allowed by the Commission to sit.17 (c) A candidate should not normally be admitted to the Examination Hall/Room or given a question paper more than 30 minutes after the commencement of examination. A candidate. (d) No candidate shall. The Centre Superintendent shall. once given an Answer Book should. Questions: (a) At least three model questions should be prepared for conventional type questions. the Centre Superintendent may/can extend this time limit upto not more than 45 minutes. be allowed to leave the Examiantion Hall/Room before the expiry of an hour from the commencement of the examination. with the help of his Invigilators. (b) If and when question papers are prepared in the Commission’s Officei) Conventional type model questions received from Paper-setter(s) shall be . in no case be allowed to leave the Examination Hall/Room without submitting the same. in any case. take all possible steps to ensure that there is no case of impersonations. On special circumstances.

the same will be stored in the computer of Confidential Section so that a copy of the questions can be printed out quickly on demand. The sealed packets should be kept in a safe place e.18 scrutinised by Moderator(s) for making final selection. under the guidance of the Controller it will be counted and kept in a confidential bag and properly sealed. iv) Once the question papers are printed out. However.g Thana/ Treasury Strong Room or Commission’s Strong Room. so entered will be made only one week before the commencement of the examination. are found the Moderator(s) should be informed immediately for rectification. After having done this under the guidance of the Controller. if the copies of the question papers are to be made in large amount it will be printed out ten (10) days before the commencement of the examination. iii) Copies of the final question papers. ii) The final questions selected by the Moderator(s) shall be submitted to the Controller and if any ommissions. mistakes etc. .

vii) The Centre Superintendent will give out exactly the same number of copies of question papers according to the seat plan alongwith two spare copies for the Invigilators. The sealed packets should be opened in the presence of at least two Invigilators. vi) The sealed packets of question papers should not be opened earlier than 15 minutes before the hour fixed for the commencement of the examination. who will endorse on the envelope “Opened in our presence and seals are found intact”. . the Controller/Centre Superintendent along with one Invigilator shall take out the question papers from the Treasury/ Thana Strong Room/Commission’s Strong Room under Police escort. question bank shall be prepared well ahead of the actual time of examination or at least one month before the examination. viii) Those in connection with dealing of Question papers must make a declaration in a prescribed form and a copy will be submitted to the Secretary by the Controller (c) In case of Multiple Choice question.19 v) On each day of the examination.

the answer scripts must be sorted out and arranged in order of Roll No. A prescribed form may be used for despatching answer books. either inside or outside Mizoram. the answer sheets along with two question papers should be packed and sealed in the presence of the Centre Superintendent. 16. and a proper record of the same should be maintained and will be kept with the Centre Superintendent. Coding of the answer books will be done by the Controller of Examination by himself or only with a person authorised by him when answer books from all the centre(s) are received .20 (d) The question papers. if prepared outside the Commission’s Office. Rule 15 (a) will not be binding. of the candidates. Answer Books: (a) The Supervisor/Centre Superintendent will make a requisition of answer books/ additional sheets required for his centre from the Controller and will be responsible for its safe keeping. . The packed answer books must be kept in a safe place before other answer books are received from other centre(s). (b) The answer books/additional sheets must be distributed to each room every day. (c) Immediately after completion of a particular subject or paper.

(b) Other than the Secretary. Duties and functions of Centre Superintendent : Functions and Duties of Centre Superintendent are as under : (a) To make an arrangment for the smooth conduct of Examination.21 (d) Each answer book/packet must have a separate Top Sheet. the Controller will have access on all confidential papers. another kept inside and the third submitted to the Controller separately. (c) Report of the Centre Superintendent on the day to day happening at the Examination Centre should be submitted by the Controller to the Commission through the Secretary. 18. Three copies will be made. . the Controller will be the main person responsible for proper and smooth conduct of Examinations. (b) To prepare candidates seating arrangement diagram. Duties and functions of Controller of Examinations Responsibilities for proper conduct of Examination rest with the Controller and his/ her duties and functions are as follows(a) Under the guidance of the Secretary. Mizoram Public Service Commission . 17. One copy be firmly affixed outside the packet. (c) His/her decisions at the Examination centre shall be final.

(i) The Centre Superintendent of an examination centre is responsible for the efficient performance of the Invigilators at his centre.22 (d) He/she shall frequently visit different rooms of Examination at his centre. (e) He/she shall convene a breifing session with the Invigilators one week before the examination. If any untowards incident on the part of the Invigilator is found like indulging in intoxication etc. (h) The Centre Superintendent shall be responsible for providing First Aid at his centre. (j) Due to any circumstances if the Invigilator is unable to perform his/her duties. he will prepare a special report under sealed cover on the behaviour of the Invigilator and forward the same to the Controller for further action. in turn will inform the Invigilators. the Centre Supervisor may appoint any person from the panel of Invigilators in his/her place . (g) The Centre Superintendent should remain at the examination centre until the examination is over. (f) Examination programme chalked out by the Commission shall be sent to the Centre Superintendent who.

20. Functions and Duties of Invigilator Functions and Duties of Invigilators: (a) It is the duty of the Invigilators to see that the candidates fill out their answer book correctly. Duties of Assistant Centre Superintendent: Duties of Assistant Centre Superintendent : (a) To assist the Centre Superintendent for efficient and smooth conduct of the examination. Only after such careful checking should they put their signature in the answer book of the candidates. (c) To visit different examination room/hall within his centre. (b) Invigilators appointed for an examination should reach the examination centre at least 30 minutes before the commencement of the examination. (b) To take the responsibily of the Centre Superintendent-in an examination centre if the Centre Superintendent has to leave the examination centre for official works.23 (k) The Centre Superintendent is responsible for opening of question papers at his centre. 19. The question papers may be opened by using Form ‘A’and then it will be distributed by the Centre Superintendent to the Invigilators for opening it in their respective rooms. .

newspapers etc. (d) It is the duty of the Invigilators to take steps for prevention and detection of unfair practices on the part of candidates. must be avoided. If the candidate has to answer the call of nature. (h) The Invigilators should ensure that each candidate sits in the particular seat allotted to them. it will be arranged on the advice of the Centre . Reading materials like books. (e) No Invigilator should talk or communicate with the candidates except under unavoidable circumstances.24 (c) Invigilators should take great care not to disturb or distract the candidates in any way while on duty. (f) If any unfair practice is detected by the Invigilators. (g) The Invigilators should not normally allow any candidate to go out of the examination hall/room during the examination. it shall be their duty to seize the incriminating document along with the candidate’s statements accompanied by two witnesses’ signature and promptly report the incident to Centre Superintendent for further actions. he may be allowed to go out accompanied by a IV Grade duty. He will also ensure that two or more candidates do not meet outside the hall or talk to each other. If circumstances compelled a candidate’s seat to be changed.

shall be allowed to leave the examination hall/room until an hour has passed from the commencement of the examination. (e) Candidates should bring their pens. any other special requirements such as mathematical boxes etc.25 Superintendent and the same be reported to the Controller. for use in the Examination Hall. (c) No candidate. using Form ‘B’ shall opened it in their respective rooms 21. (b) Admission will ordinarily be refused to a candidate who is more than half an hour late. (i) On receipt of the sealed packet(s) of question papers from the Centre Superintendent the Invigilators. mobile phones. notes. loose sheets. Seats should be occupied 5 minutes before the commencement of the Examination. (d) Candidates will be alloted seats marked with their Roll Nos. Instruction to Candidates (a) Candidates will be admitted to the Examination hall on production of their Admit Card. digital diaries etc. However. they will . These will not be supplied by the Commission. pagers. (f) The candidates should not bring any articles (other than those specified above) such as books.

Pencils may. In no circumstances will he be allowed to avail the help of a scribe. Answers should not be written in pencil. mathematical drawing or rough work.26 be allowed to use battery operated pocket calculator only. only the questions attempted first upto the prescribed number shall be valued and the remaining ignored. (j) Candidate(s) detected in using unfair means or communicating with one another or found in possession of unauthorised books and papers during the examination shall be expelled and their names struck off the rolls. . (g) Candidate must write in his own handwriting. however. They will be debarred from applying for all future examinations and selection to be conducted by the Commission. (k) No candidate shall leave the Examination Hall without prior permission of the Invigilator. If the questions are attempted in excess of the prescribed number. give their specimen signature and reply to questions put by the Invigilator. be used for maps. (i) The candiates must atempt questions in accordance with the directions on each question paper. (h) Candidates must produce their Admit Card.

(q) Mobile phones brought to the Examination hall will have to be left outside of the Examination Hall and the Commission will not be responsible for its safe keeping. a . (o) The candidates must abide by such instructions as may be specified on the cover of the answer-book or any further instruction which may be given by the Centre Superintendent of the Examination.27 (l) They must not write or revise their answers after the expiry of the alloted time. (p) Any candidate found to be intoxicated with alcohol and drugs will be expelled from the Examination hall. (r) If a candidate loses his Admit Card he should inform the Controller/Centre Superintendent immediately stating clearly the reason for the loss and if the Controller of Examinations/Centre Superintendent is satisfied of the genuiness of the loss. (m) Silence must be observed at all time in the Examination hall. he/she will render himself liable to expulsion from the examination or such other punishment as the Commission deem fit to impose. If a candidate fails to do so or indulges in disorderly or improper conduct. (n) Smoking in the Examination Hall is strictly prohibited.

the Centre Superintendent may allow him/her to continue the examination. failing which his plea will be rejected. (s) If a candidate. stating in full the facts and situation accompanied by the evidence againts the candidate in a sealed cover. 22. Expulsion of Candidate : (a) Where a candidate is found guilty of misconduct or malpractise or any offence he shall be expelled and shall not be allowed to continue the examination. in a sealed cover to the Controller. . (b) When a candidate is suspected of using unfair means during the Examination by the Centre Superintendent but lacking in proof of the candidate’s misdeeds to warrant expulsion.28 duplicate Admit Card will be issued on payment of Rs 50/-. under unavoidable circumstances needs to change his examination centre. the Centre Superintendent has to make a special report enclosing the answer book and any other incriminating documents. clearly indicating in red ink the portions wherein unfair means is suspected to have been practised. if any. In such cases the Centre Superintendent shall submit a report in the prescribed form to the Controller. he should inform the Controller 15 days before the commencement of the examination. However.

1973. In the event of any contigencies arising which may call for immediate action. 1990 and further action will also be taken under Code of Criminal Procedure.29 (c) Any candidate threatening or intimidating any Invigilator will be expelled from the examination hall/room immediately and the matter will be reported to the Commission as well as the local police. Debarment : Candidate(s) charged under Regulation 22 (a). The Commission will maintain a record of this and the same shall be sent to Union Public Service Commission. giving them due warning regarding offences which may entail expulsion from the examination. Candidate(s) debarred by the Union Public Service Commission shall automatically be debarred by the Mizoram Public Service Commission. (b) and (c) found guilty may be debarred from appearing in any examinations/recruitment conducted by the Mizoram Public Service Commission. . action will be taken on the candidate under The Mizoram Prevention of Malpractices at Examination Act. all candidates should be instructed to go through the rules of examinations carefully. 23. (d) On the morning of the first day of the examination.

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24. Submission of Final report by the Centre Superintendent.

As soon as the examination is over, the Centre Superintendent should submit the following items to the Commission’s office: (a) Any unused Answer books, additional sheets and other articles (b) Statement showing the number of Answer books distributed. (c) Attendance Sheet showing the candidate’s signature. (d) Absentee list in the prescribed form. (e) List of expelled candidates in the prescribed form. (f) One copy each of Top Sheet of various subjects/Papers. (g) Confidential Report on the conduct of examination at the Centre.

25. Preparation of Result & conduct of interview:

Soon after all the answer scripts are received back from the examiner and all other necessary procedures had been done by the Head Examiner, Scrutiniser and the Tabulator, the Controller will submit the result to the Secretary clearly highlighting the numbers of candidate that can be called for an interview according to the procedure laid down by the Central as well as the State Government to the Commission for fixing of interview date and appointment of expert. And at the same time the bio-data of the candidates as well as their academic grade will

31 have to be prepared. If the Commission feels the need for group discussion or resume writing it will have to be done by the candidates. The number of candidates that can be called for an interview will be as follows: No. of vacancy No. of candidates to be called for interview 1 post 2 posts 3 posts 4 posts 5 posts 6 posts 7 posts 8 posts 9 posts 10 posts More than 10 posts 5 candidates 2+5=7 3+6=9 4 + 7 = 11 5 + 8 = 13 6 + 9 = 15 7 + 10 = 17 8 + 10 = 18 9 + 10 = 19 10 + 10 = 20 twice the vacancies

Interview call will be made purely on the merit position base of the candidates. Unless regulated by the Examination Regulation the maximum marks carried by an interview will be 100 which is 12.5% of the total marks of 800 in the written examination. Marks awarded in the Personal Interview shall be not less than 40% and not more than 80%. The final result will be based on the total of marks a candidate obtained in the written as well as in the personal interview. Recommendation shall be made in order of merit for the number of vacancies available.

32 In cases where the number of applicants for a post or posts is less than the numbers of candidates to be called for interview, recruitment would be done by means of Personal Interview only, and it will carry a maximum marks of 100. In this kind of Direct Recruitment the Commission will have the authority to appoint a Technical Expert to assess the candidates on their field of expertise. This will also hold good in case of Competitive examinations like MCS, MPS etc where the candidates have the option of choosing the subject of their choice. The Commision has the authority to invite a person of high integrity with experienced retired or otherwise to take part in the interview to asses the candidates. However, if the number of applicants for a post is more than the number of candidates to be called for interview the Commission will conduct a written examination followed by personal interview. The written marks obtained by the candidates will be kept in confidential bag by the Confidential Section until the Interview is over. After the conclusion of interview the Comission will publish a final merit list based on the perfomance of the candidates in the written examinations and personal interview and their sutabillity for the post. In case of candidates securing equal marks in the final merit list, their merit position will be determined giving weightage to the older candidate on the basis of their date of birth. Out of the merit list prepared

In any case it should cease to be in force on the expiry of a panel of 1 year & 6 months or when a fresh panel is prepared. resignation or death of a candidate for the post they are recommended. no citizen can seek disclosure of the evaluated answer sheet as per the judgement . Candidates selected or otherwise can be issued his/her marksheet not less than fifiteen days from the publication of the final result with a payment of Rs. The final result declared by the Commission will be displayed on the notice board of the Commission clearly showing the candidate’s name. This panel list will hold only in case of the decline of appointment. if the candidates selected are more than the post can hold they will have to be put on a reserved panel. The same will be given to electronic as well as print media for the speedy spread of the result. whichever is earlier. In case of answer book. However. The answer books of the selected candidates will be kept ready for verification if the Commission considers it necessary.50/. The validity of the reserved panel will be 1 year.33 the Commission will recommend candidates against the vacant posts in order of merit for appointment. Recommendation for a post from the reserved panel will have to be accompanied by an application and justification for appointment from the concerned department.accompanied by a formal application and Admit Card to the Controller. father’s name and their adresses.

CIC/WB/A/2006/00469. & 00394 Appeal Nos. In order to rectify this problem and if the Commission considers it necessary moderation/scaling shall be done.2007 26. 27.4. Chairperson/Members of the Selection Committee whose relatives are being considered by the Selection Committee should not take part in its deliberations. if they fail to abide by the instructions and guidelines of the Commission or fail to fulfill their duties Remuneration will not be given to them. every Member of the Selection Committee is required to furnish a certificate to the Chairman/Chairperson of the Selection Committee before commencement of the meeting stating that none of his/her close relative is being considered by the Selection Committee and that he/she is otherwise also not interested in any particular candidate. Remuneration .CIC/WB/C/2006/00223 Appeal No.34 and order issued by the Central Information Commission in Complaint No. Therefore. Chairman/ Chairperson of the Selection Committee should also furnish similar information. Remuneration will be given to all persons involved in the conduct an examination as stated below. Moderation and Scaling 28. However.CIC/OK/A/2006/00266/00058/ 00066/00315 dated 23. Furnishing of certificates by the Chairperson/ Members In order to ensure elimination of every element of bias. The marks that can be scored in different subjects may vary as there can be scoring subjects and non-scoring subjects.

...7 Dictator per dictation passage ................................. 7....... Rs............... Rs............. 9.... 12..... 19.......80 Tabulator (per candidate) ............ Rs. Rs.. 8..... Rs..500 Expert (Non-Official) (per day) ......35 Sl. Rs..........Centre Supdt.............150 Time Keeper ...... Rs.220 Moderator per paper ....... Rs... Rs... Rs... 15. 2..........180 Asst..................150 Clerk ...............500 Centre Supervisor .................. Rs...........700 } Subject to minimum of Rs........... Rs........... 20.... 10 paise per question (Objective type) Evaluation for Stenographer ... 23.... 13........... Rs............ 6..80 Group D/Driver ..........................40 Expert (Official) (per day) ..100 Staff i/c Strong Room (per day) ..... 24............. Category 1.. 10....... Rs. Rs.... 14....15 per script Scrutiniser (per script) ........ 18.....160 Invigilator .... Rs..60 Group D staff pakhat (per day) .14 per script (Conventional) Question setter ...3 Treasury Officer (per day) ........... 5.......200 Note : The above renumeration will be effective from :15............. Rs... 21.................... Rs.10 per question (Objective type) Answer key ............. 4..........500 per paper per shift per shift per shift per shift per shift per shift per shift Subject to minimum of Rs............. ....2010 .40 Treasury Officer Driver (per day) ..10 per answer (Objective type) Evaluation ....... Rs.........200 Centre Superintendent . 16.... 3............................................. Rs.................... Rs. Rate Remarks } Question setter ................40 Strong Room Guard Duty (per day) . No...05. 17.....100 per question (Conventional type) Evaluation ............. 22.. Rs... Rs...... 11...

5. shall appoint a Panel of Experts. Secretary. in consultation with the Chairman. All persons appointed under this guidelines shall be given an appoinment order and the duration of their tenure will be indicated in the appointment order. (g) Scrutinisers of answer scripts and marksheets. (e) Examiners. . (“The disclosure of the confidential information to unauthorised persons is an offence”). 28) and Section 21 of the Indian Penal Code. including Head Examiners for different subjects.36 29. (h) Experts for Interview. (i) Invigilators. (j) Observer : A person appointed as an Observer should visit the examination centre and should submit a report and suggestions (if any) to the Controller. Mizoram Public Service Commission. (d) Moderators. 1889 Section 3(1)(c) and (3) and (4) read with Section 2 of the Official Secret Act. Chap. (f) Tabulators. During their tenure they will be bound by the Indian Official Secret Act. (b) Assistant Centre Superintendent. (a) Supervisor/Centre Superintendent of Examination Centre. (c) Paper-setters for different subjects. 1911 (1 and 2 Geo.

(iii) he should not retain copy of the manuscript either digitally or in the form of hard copy. (ii) The Moderator shall submit the final manuscripts in a sealed cover marked “CONFIDENTIAL” to the Controller personally.37 30. Duties of Paper setters. Examiners. (iii) The final manuscripts of the question papers shall be personally handed over by the Convener of the panel of Moderators to the Controller. Scrutinisers for answer scripts and marksheets: (a) Duties of the Paper-setter: (i) to prepare manuscript of a model question strictly in accordance with the syllabus of the subjects and also with the directions given by the Commission. (b) Duties of the Moderator : (i) The Moderator by himself or a panel of Moderators shall moderate the manuscripts for subjects and finalise the manuscripts of the question papers. Moderators. Tabulators. (ii) to submit the manuscript in a sealed cover marked “CONFIDENTIAL” to the Controller personally. Head Examiners. .

(iv) It shall be the duty of the Head Examiner (if appointed) to convene meetings of the examiners and discuss guidelines for evaluation of answer books.38 (c) Duties of the Examiners and Head Examiner: (i) The Examiners shall examine the answerscripts strictly in accordance with the guidelines and instructions issued by the Commission. (iii) The Examiner shall personally submit the answer books to the Controller giving confidential marking in the prescribed despatch form. (ii) The Examiners shall receive the answer books from the Controller or any another person authorised by the Controller. The. Examiner should also see that the number of answer books given to him are the same as mentioned in the Top Sheet.One receipt will be kept by Confidential Section and the other given to the Examiner. The Controller or the authorised person should obtain two receipts showing the number of answer books given out by him. The receiver of the answer books from the Examiner shall ensure that the number of answer books given out and those received are the same. .

double markings and other errors. (viii) It is the duty of the Examiner to prepare Statement of marks from the answer books he has evaluated clearly stating the range of the highest mark and the lowest and submit the same to the Controller.39 (v) The Head-examiner shall satisfy himself in regard to proper evaluation of the answer books by the examiners through a test check which will generally be done on 10% of answer books submitted to him. If noticed the Examiner shall evaluate upto the prescribed limit only. (vii) It is the duty of the Examiner to see whether the candidate has attempted beyond the prescribed limit. (vi) The Head-examiner shall have the powers necessary for rectification of discrepancies. under intimation confidentially to the Controller and if any discrepancies are noticed and he shall make remarks in the answer books and such cases shall be deemed valid. . He shall have the right to re-examine the marginal cases and any reassessment made by him shall be deemed valid. ommissions. wrong totalling.

(ii) to compare and verify the total marks awarded in the answer scripts with the question.In such cases the Controller and the Scrutiniser will append their signature respectively on the answer books. . (e) The duty of the Tabulators shall be to tabulate the marks obtained by the candidates in a manner prescribed by the Commission and submit the same within the stipulated time for preparation of results. (iii) to verify any Over-marking/Undermarking. ommissions of marks and other errors. (f) After the announcement/preparation of the final result as such. If any such errors etc. (iv) Any other errors that can occur. are noticed the Scrutiniser shall inform the Controller and the same will be rectified.40 (d) Duties of the Scrutinisers: (i) to scrutinise all answer books in regard to totalling. re-evaluation of answer books/scripts is not permitted under any circumstances.

provided that such instructions are not inconsistent with these guidelines. 32. All previous Guidelines shall stand repealed on and from the date of the commencement of this Guidelines. ******* . the decision of the Chairman shall be final. 33. The Chairman shall be competent to issue any further instructions in this regard and if any question arises relating to the interpretation of these guidelines. It will also be their duty to approach the DGP/IGP for detailing security personnel at the Examination Centres. The Secretary or the Controller.41 31. Secretary Mizoram Public Service Commission Aizawl. with the approval of the Chairman shall be competent to issue detailed instructions in regard to all affairs connected with the conduct of examinations. Provided that any action or actions taken under such Guidelines hereby repealed shall be deemed to have been taken under these Guidelines.

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Name Date : _________________ : _________________ Designation : _________________ . 2010.43 Annexure-I D E C L A R AT I O N As per provision of Guidelines 12 of the Mizoram Public Service Commission (Conduct of Examinations) Guidelines. I hereby declare that none of my close relatives will be appearing in the __________________________________ examination.

Name Date : _________________ : _________________ Designation : _________________ . 2010. I hereby declare that none of my close relatives is being considered by the Selection Committee on _______________ for which I am a Chairperson/member/Expert of the Selection Committee for recruitment to the post of __________________ under __________________________________ and I am not interested in any particular candidate.44 MIZORAM PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION New Secretariat Complex Aizawl : Mizoram (EXAMINATIONS) D E C L A R AT I O N As per provision of Guidelines 25 of the Mizoram Public Service Commission (Conduct of Examinations) Guidelines.

_____________ to the __________________ ________________________________________ 45 ________________________________________ His/her attention is drawn to the instructions noted overleaf. Venue : DATE _____________________________________ MORNING 9:00AM ._____________ to the ____________ Roll No.12:00 Noon Controller of Examination Mizoram Public Service Commission Aizawl AFTERNOON 1:00PM .Mizoram Public Service Commission Aizawl Mizoram Public Service Commission Aizawl Admit ADMIT Pi/Pu _______________________________________ Pi/Pu ___________________________________ Roll No.4:00PM Controller of Examination Mizoram Public Service Commission Aizawl .

8. notes. If the questions are attempted in excess of the prescribed number. 11. Answers must not be written in pencil.46 INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES 1. he/she will render himself/herself liable to expulsion from the examination and/or such other punishment as the Commission deem fit to impose. Candidates must produce their Admit Card. 9. brought to the Examination will have to be left outside the Examination Hall and the Commission will not be responsible for their safe keeping. mathematical drawing or rough work. Admission will ordinarily be refused to a candidate who is more than half an hour late. However. HB Pencil and any other special requirements such as mathematical boxes etc. Candidates will be admitted to the Examination Hall on production of this Admit Card. Any candidate found to be intoxicated with alcohol and/or drugs will be expelled from the Examination Hall. digital diaries. loose sheets. If a candidate fails to do so or indulge in disorderly or improper conduct.50/. Candidates should bring their pens. 12. give their specimen signature and reply to questions put by the Invigilator. The candidates must attempt questions in accordance with the directions on each question paper. 7. Pencils may. No candidate shall leave the Examination Hall without prior permission of the Invigilator. Mobiles phones. 15. Silence must be observed in the Examination Hall. Candidates will be allotted seats marked with their Roll Nos. Loss of Admit Card must be reported to the Controller of Examinations / Centre Superintendent immediately and duplicate copy of the same will be issued by the Controller of Examinations /Centre Superintendent on payment of Rs. however. Any one who applies for his/her Marksheet should enclose original or attested copy of Admit Card with their application. Smoking in the Examination Hall is strictly prohibited. if any. 14. They will be debarred from applying for all future examinations and selections to be conducted by the Commission. They must not write or revise their answers after the expiry of the allotted time. Candidates must write in his own hand. they will be allowed to use battery operated simple pocket calculator or Scientific calculator subject to the nature of question. pagers. be used for maps. 6. These will not be supplied by the Commission. only the questions attempted first up to the prescribed number shall be valued and the remaining ignored. 10. 17. The candidates must abide by such instructions as may be specified on the cover of the answerbook/response sheet or any further instruction which may be given by the Centre Superintendent of the Examination. . 16. The candidates should not bring any articles (other than those specified above) such as books. 18. 5. 3. Candidates detected in using unfair means or communicating with one another or found in possession of unauthorised books and papers during the examination shall be expelled and their names struck off the rolls. response sheet. for use in the Examination Hall. 2. mobile phones. No Candidate shall be permitted to leave the Examination Hall until an hour after the question papers have been distributed. etc.(Rupees Fifty) only. 4. 13. Seats should be occupied at least five minutes before the commencement of the Examination.

47 Topsheet MIZORAM PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION New Secretariat Complex Aizawl : Mizoram (EXAMINATIONS) ____________________________________ Centre Subject _________________ Paper _______ Forenoon Paper Afternoon Paper Roll No. of Answer Books sent along with this Topsheet: ___________________________________ Name and Signature of Centre Superintendent ________________________ . __________ Total No. Present Date ___________ Total No.

by the invigilator. _________________________ in the presence of Shri/Smt. Statement obtained from the Candidate 5. _________________________ The answerscript of the candidate has been seized and he/she has been expelled and debarred from appearing at the remaining Examinations. I beg to report that Roll No.: 1. Shri/Smt. His/Her answerscript with incriminating documents and the original report of the invigilator concerned are enclosed herewith. ____________________ Centre Superintendent Enclo. Copy of the notice expelling __________Centre the Candidate ________________________ ____________________________ Name and Signature of the Invigilator (who detected) ____________________________ Name and Signature of the witness . Incriminating documents ___Examination of 20__ 3. Report of the Invigilator 4.48 MIZORAM PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION New Secretariat Complex Aizawl : Mizoram (EXAMINATIONS) No. ___________ (Name) _______________________________ a candidate of the ________________________________ Examination at my Centre was found copying from Printed/Manuscript/loose sheets/ books in (subject) _______________________ paper ____________ on _____________________. __________ To Date ____________ EXPULSION REPORT The Controller of Examination Mizoram Public Service Commission Aizawl Sir. Answer Book 2. He/She was detected while copying.

reasons thereof and roll nos. 2. If any candidate was not allowed to take the examination at this centre. Whether candidates of any other centres appeared at this centre. IF so. roll Nos. of Regd. 3. of candidates 7 a) If there is any case of non-submission of answer script by the candidates. . of such candidates : 6. of candidates present Morning afternoon 4. Name of Examination Date(s) of Examination No. of cases of unfairmeans: b) Whether the cases of unfairmeans alongwith detailed report of concerned invigilator(s) and Supervisor are forwarded to the Commission in a separate sealed cover as per instruction. If so. candidates Morning afternoon : ____________________ : ____________________ No.49 MIZORAM PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION New Secretariat Complex Aizawl : Mizoram (EXAMINATIONS) REPORT OF THE SUPERVISOR (TO BE SUBMITTED IN DUPLICATE) 1. (Please state Yes or No) : 5. a) No.

(Please state Yes or No) : 8. Any other reports regarding conduct of the examination: CENTRE CODE/NO : NAME OF CENTRE : _____________________________ Signature of the Centre Superintendent .50 (Please state Yes or No) : b) Whether any report in respect of such case of nonsubmission is forwarded to the Commission in a separate sealed cover as per the instructions.

I beg to report against a candidate for the ________________________ Examination._________________________ Sir/Madam. _________________________ Centre. Mizoram Public Service Commission. Subject of the Examination Date of the Examination : : : : _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ Session ___________________ Time ___________________ . Subject : Unfairmeans adopted at the above Centre in connection with the ____________________________________ Examination. Aizawl -796001 in a separate sealed cover) To The Supervisor. The particulars of the case are as follows :Name of the candidate Roll No. New Secretariat Complex. _________________ who has adopted unfairmeans at the examination centre.51 MIZORAM PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION New Secretariat Complex Aizawl : Mizoram (EXAMINATIONS) REPORT FORM FOR UNFAIRMEANS CASES (To be despatched to the Secretary.

Yours faithfully ____________________ Invigilator on duty Date : _____________________ Time : _____________________ . The candidate was caught red-handed by me.52 Nature of unfairmeans : The above-named candidate was found copying/ reading/indulging in inter-communication with other candidate(s) about the answer/consulting unauthorised persons during the hours of examination in the examination hall/lavatory. The book/pages of book/chit of paper seized from the candidate is submitted for your perusal.

53 MIZORAM PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION New Secretariat Complex Aizawl : Mizoram (EXAMINATIONS) PROFORMA ‘A’ Name of Examination : ____________________________ Name of Centre : ____________________________ Centre No. By Used in this Supvr. : ____________________________ Account of Additional Sheets to be completed by the Supervisor and returned to the Controller of Examination. Name of Articles Recvd. after the conclusion of examination. in c/w exam this c/w this 1 Additional Sheets: 1st half 2nd half 2 3 Balance Returned to Commission 4 _____________________________ Signature of the Centre Superintendent Date : ________________ . Mizoram Public Service Commission.

________________ (Asst.Centre Superintendent) ________________ (Centre Superintendent) ________________ (Invigilator) ________________ (Invigilator) . in a separate sealed cover envelope through the Supervisor of this Commission). hereby certify that the Sealed envelope(s) containing question papers in ________________________ (Subject) for the above Examination has/have been examined by us and found to be in proper condition and opened in our presence at __________________(time) on ____________________ (date). Mizoram Public Service Commission. Name of Examination Name of Centre : _______________________ : _______________________ We.54 MIZORAM PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION New Secretariat Complex Aizawl : Mizoram (EXAMINATIONS) FORM ‘A’ CERTIFICATE OF OPENING QUESTION PAPER PACKET(S) (To be despatched to the Controller of Examination. the undersigned.

_________ ________________ (Name of Candidate) Roll No. Mizoram Public Service Commission. hereby certify that the Sealed envelope(s) containing question papers in ________________________ (Subject) for the above Examination has/have been examined by us and found to be in proper condition and opened in our presence at __________________(time) on ____________________ (date). Name of Examination Name of Centre : _______________________ : _______________________ We._________ . ________________ (Invigilator) ________________ (Invigilator) ________________ (Name of Candidate) Roll No. in a separate sealed cover envelope through the Supervisor of this Commission). the undersigned.55 MIZORAM PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION New Secretariat Complex Aizawl : Mizorm (EXAMINATIONS) FORM ‘B’ CERTIFICATE OF OPENING QUESTION PAPER PACKET(S) (To be despatched to the Controller of Examination.

C.796001.P. (if any) : _____________________ . 3. I shall make my own arrangement for the collection and delivery of the answer-sheets from and to your office. dated the ______________________ 20_____. New Secretariat Complex.56 CONFIDENTIAL MIZORAM PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION New Secretariat Complex Aizawl : Mizoram (EXAMINATIONS) Shri ____________________________ Controller of Examination Mizoram Public Service Commission. Aizawl. Yours faithfully (Signature in full) : _____________________ Name (in block letters) : _____________________ Designation and Official Address (in block letters) : _____________________ Residential Address (in block letters) : _____________________ Telephone No. 20_____ 2. I declare that I have no relative(s) or dependent (s) of mine taking this Examination.S. With reference to your letter No. Dear Sir. ___________________________ M. I do hereby intimate my acceptance of your request to act as an “Examiner” in ____________________ Recruitment Examination.

as per list below. ______________ From : The Controller of Examination Mizoram Public Service Commission. Your are requested to observe carefully the following instructions :- . QUESTION PAPERS: The sealed packets containing question papers for the examination in each session will be made over to you one hour before commencement of the examination of that session by an officer of the Commission. I am directed to state that the above mentioned examination in ____________ will be held on the ___________ June. Aizawl. 2. 20___ at ________________________________ (Centre No. ________________) according to the time-table enclosed. You have been appointed to act as Supervisor of the examination at the above centre.57 MIZORAM PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION New Secretariat Complex Aizawl : Mizoram (EXAMINATIONS) No. Approximately ______________________ candidates are expected to take the examination at your centre. 3. To : ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ Dated.796001. Aizawl . are being sent to you separately. New Secretariat Complex. The answer books and other papers required for the examination. the ________ . 20____ Subject : Sir/Madam.

through the Inspecting Officer deputed by this Commission at your centre. After distribution of question papers to the candidates. 5. two Invigilators and two witness from amongts the candidates of the centre who should put their signature on the prescribed certificate for opening of Question Papers and such certificate should be sent in a separate sealed cover to the Controller of Examination. No packet for a particular subject (paper) should be opened until 15 minutes before commencement of the examination in the subject/paper. In this connection you are requested to see that adequate number of Invigilatos are posted . THE SUBJECT. the balance question papers should be counted and tallied after half-an-hour of the commencement of examination in each paper. ii) The packet(s) of Question Papers should be opened by the Centre Supervisor himself/herself in presence of the representative(s) of this Commission and at least one Assistant Supervisor.: You are requested to appoint reliable persons as Assistant Supervisor/Invigilators. DATE AND TIME OF EXAMINATION PRINTED ON THE COVER SHOULD BE CAREFULLY STUDIED TO ENSURE THAT THE CORRECT PACKET IS BEING OPENED AT THE MATERIAL TIME. Mizoram Public Service Commission. Such unused question papers should be returned to the office of this commission alongwith the Answer Scripts of the respective paper. iii) BEFORE OPENING THE PACKET(S) OF QUESTION PAPERS. APPOINTMENT OF ASSISTANT SUPERVISOR / INVIGILATORS ETC.58 i) Seals on the packet(s) of question papers should be carefully examined and tallied with the specimen seal as sent to you by this Commission in a separate packet/cover. 4.

driven by circumstances. needles. water glasses etc. For effective and efficient invigilation it is essential that the Invigilators should be fully conversant with the duties expected of them. 6. viz. there must be at least two Invigilators even if the number of candidates is less than 25-30 so that if one invigilator has to go out of the room. In every room. The seats should be comfortable. They should neither read nor engage themselves in any personal work in the Examination Hall.59 in each room to ensure fair and smooth conduct of the examination. the room is not left uninvigilated. as required a day before the date of examination. There should be sufficient light in the room. IF THE FACSIMILE SIGNATURE IS . they should not accept the ofer of appointment. display of seating plans. In this connection it may please be noted that not more than two candidates should be allowed to sit in a bench of seven or eight feet. ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE EXAMINATION: You are requested to complete all necessary arrangements for the examiantion. fixing of roll numbers on the tables/desks. however. The Invigilators may kindly be told that if they have any dependant and relation appearing at the above examination at hyour centre. arrangments of seats. sealing wax. The required number of Waterman. Duftry and other Class . candles. one Invigilator should be appointed for every 25-30 candidates. purchase of stationery articles such as packing paper. Generally. thread balls. THE STAMPS SHOULD BE AFIXED AFTER THE SAME ARE DISTRIBUTED TO THE CANDIDATES. YOU SHOULD ENSURE THAT ANSWER BOOKS AS WELL AS SUPPLIMENTARY ANSWER BOOKS TO BE DISTRIBUTED TO THE CANDIDATES ARE STAMPED WITH YOUR FACSIMILE SIGNATURE.IV staff may also be appointed by you.

collection and accounting scripts are the Supervisor’s personal responsibility and these duties should not be entrusted to clerks appointed by the Supervisor.60 NOT AVAILABLE THE RUBBER STAMP OF THE INSTITUTION MAY BE USED. 7. distribution of question papers. collection of spare copies thereof. No candidate should be permitted to leave the examiantion hall before the expiry of 1 hour from the commencement of examination in each paper. In cases wehre the photographs pasted on the attendance sheets are not already signed by the candidates. opening of question paper packets. The identity of each candidate should be checked with the photograph pasted on his/her attendance sheet. they may be asked to sign these.g. He/She may kindly be particularly vigilant so that no candidate can leave the examination centre without submitting his/her answer script to the invigilator on duty. IT MAY BE ENSURED THAT THE CANDIDATES PUT THEIR SIGNATURE IN THE SPACE PROVIDED FOR THE PURPOSE ON THE ANSWER BOOKS. It may kindly be noted that arrangements for and conduct of this Commission’s examination e. A SAMPLE OF THE FACSIMILE SIGNATURE OR THE RUBBER STAMP OF THE INSTILTUTION SO USED SHOULD BE FORWARDED TO THE UNDERSIGNED SEPARATELY. ADMISSION TO THE EXAMINATION : TIMINGS REGARDING ADMISSION TO / LEAVING EXAMINATION HALL: No candidate shall be allowed to enter the examination hall 30 minutes after commencement of the examination. If a candidate whose name is not included in the attendance and produces his/her admission certificate (even of another examination centre) he/she may be allowed to take the .

ii) The question papers should be distributed to the candidates 3 minutes before commencement of examination in each paper. A statement to this effect should be obtained from him/her and a report made to the Commission. In such case(s) the name(s) of such candidate(s) may be entered in the attendance list supplied to you and his/her signature may be obtained in a blank attendance sheet and the same be sent to the Commission along with the attendance sheets of other candidates. (a) DISTRIBUTION OF ANSWER BOOKS/ QUESTION PAPERS: i) The invigilators will distribute the answer books to the candidates 10 minutes before commencement of the examination in each paper so that the candidates may fill up various particulars on the cover page of their respective answer books before commencement of examination. If any candidate for this examination who is an employee of your institution or dependent on or related to you is allotted by the Commission to take his/her examination at your centre. 8.e. the fact may be immmediately reported to the undersigned so that he/she may be allotted to different examination centre. RECORDING OF ATTENDANCE OF THE CANDIDATES IN ATTENDANCE LISTS WITH REFERENCE TO ATTENDANCE SHEETS: Just 30 minutes after the commencement of the examination in each paper the invigilators should start to obtain . cover page). 9.61 examination at his/her own risk. The Invigilators on duty should be carefully instructed to see that the candidates put their signature int he space provided for the purpose on the front page of the Answer Books distributed to them while taking their signature on the attendance sheets (with photos) and the Invigilator should countersign any correction made by the candidates on the front page (i.

: For each paper of examination separate set of attendance lists will be supplied by this Commission.B. For the paper in Bengali/Hindi/Urdu/Nepali separate bundles of the scripts in Hindi/Urdu/Nepali should be made and all such bundles should be tied up with the pacfket for scripts in Bengali so that there may be one composite packet with four inner packets each for Bengali/Hindi/Urdu/Nepali. The roll . Each Invigilator should also append his/her signature in the appropriate column of attendance sheets of the candidates under his/her charge. The number and name of the centre and subject and the number of scripts sent in the packets should be written on the top sheet of the packets after sealing. METHOD OF PACKING OF ANSWER SCRIPTS/UNUSED QUESTION PAPERS ETC. For absentee candidates only the Invigilators must write “ABSENT” in RED Ink in column 4 and initial in column 5 of the attendance lists. The scripts together with all spare copies of question papers. With reference to the attendance sheets. 10. the scripts should be checked with the Attendance List of the candidates.: As soon as the examination in any paper is over. The Attendance Sheets of the absentee candidates may be filled in by the Invigilators on duty as per the instructions laid down in the Attendance Sheet.62 the signature of the candidates on the attendance sheets as well as on the attendance lists as supplied by this Commission. At the same time the Answer Books of the candidates should be checked to ensure that these have been properly filled in by the candidates. the Attendance List and ‘Absentee Slip’ for the paper should be tied securely and wrapped up in packing paper and sealed. N. which may be prepared in the manner stated above. the attendance lists should be carefully checked.

Mizoram Public Service Commission in separate sealed packet (s) through the Inspecting Officer of this Commission deputed at your centre. VERY IMPORTANT The certificate for opening packet(s) of Question Papers must be sent to the Controller of Examination. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES THIS CERTIFICATE SHOULD BE SENT INSIDE THE PACKET(S) CONTAINING ANSWER SCRIPTS. 11. two separate packet of answer scripts must be prepared. THIS OFFICE WILL ARRANGE FOR COLLECTION OF PACKETS OF ANSWER SCRIPTS ON EACH DAY AFTER CONCLUSION OF EXAMINATION FROM THE CENTRE SUPERVISORS. . For the paper(s) of examination in which two separate answer books are supplied to each candidate. ii) All other examination materials will be collected by this office on any convenient day after conclusion of the examination.63 numbers of the candidates offering Hindi/Urdu/Nepali should be indicated on the top sheet of the packet. The Plan of seats for the entire examination should be sent inside the packet of answer scripts for the last session of examination on the concluding day. DESPATCH OF OTHER MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS: i) The attendance sheets (with photos) of the candidates (allotted to your centre) should be returned in a separate sealed packet on the ______________________ after conclusion of the examination to this Commission through the Inspecting Officer deputed at your centre.

ACCOUNT OF ANSWER BOOKS ETC. 13.: An account of the Answer Books issued to the candidates is to be correctly maintained in Proforma-’A’ and forwarded to this office after conclusion of the examination through the Inspecting Officer of this Commission. 14. If.64 12. of the candidate. CASE(S) OF UNFAIRMEANS ADOPTED BY CANDIDATES: Any case of unfairmeans adopted by the candidates during the examination should be reported to the Commission through the Inspecting Officer furnishing the particulars mentioned in the prescribed form as sent to you by this Commission for this purpose alongwith the incriminating/unauthorised papers seized. if any. b) Roll No. seized from any candidate should contain :a) Signature of the candidate. however the candidate refuses to sign on the papers so recovered or make any written statement. the fact may be mentioned in the report of the Supervisor and Invigilator concerned. SUBMISSION OF A REPORT ON THE CONDUCT OF THE EXAMINATION: You are requested to prepare a report in Proforma-’B’ as to the conduct of the examination at your centre and the same may please be sent to the undersigned through the Inspecting Officer deputed by the Commission to your centre. from the candidate(s). . Incriminating/unauthorised papers (if any). c) Date & time of the incident and d) A statement from the candidate confessing therein that those incriminating/unauthorised papers have been recovered from him/her.

They may be consulted as and when necessary. Summary Sheets 4. Yours faithfully. Top Sheets 10. Additional Sheets 3. 13. 15. Two-three members of the staff of the office of this Commission will be deputed to your centre as representatives of this Commission to facilitate smooth and efficient conduct of the examination at your centre. Forms for requisition of Question papers 8. 15. Forms for supply of additional Answer Books & Sheets 6. Form for cases of unfairmeans. Form for submiting report by the Centre Superintendent. LIST OF ARTICLES REQUIRED FOR CONDUCT OF THE EXAMINATION 1.( Proforma A & B ) 14. Form for Plan of seats 11. of answer books & additional sheets used. .65 IN NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD SUCH REPORT OF UNFAIRMEANS BE SENT IN THE PACKET OF ANSWER-SCRIPTS. Answer Books with cover. Form for recording no. 2. Controller of Examination. Certificate for opening packets of question papers 7. Attendance Sheets 5. Form for despatch of answerscripts to the Commission. Absentee Slip 12. Expulsion form 9.

66 MIZORAM PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION New Secretariat Complex Aizawl : Mizoram (EXAMINATIONS) PLAN OF SEATING ARRANGEMENTS Name of Centre Name of Examination Subject Date Room No. Note – The direction the candidates face should be indicated by arrow marks at the beginning of eah row in the plan and one of the two seats not occupied by the Supervisor should be crossed out. : : : : : : _____________________________ _____________________________ _____________________________ _____________________________ _____________________________ _________ to _________ Supervisor’s Seat Note – The spacing between the seats and the rows should be liberal and should be such as to reduce the risk of copying and collusion between the candidates to the minimum. . Roll Nos.

67 MIZORAM PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION New Secretariat Complex Aizawl : Mizoram (EXAMINATIONS) Received from Prof/Dr/Mr/Mrs/Miss ____________________________ the manuscript of question paper for the subject ______________________ paper _______ on ___________________ . Controller of Examination Mizoram Public Service Commission Aizawl. .

68 MIZORAM PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION New Secretariat Complex Aizawl : Mizoram (EXAMINATIONS) The manuscript question paper for ________________ Paper _____ received from the Paper Setter Prof/Dr/Mr/Mrs _______________________ is opened in the presence of the witness mentioned below. Witnesses: Signature Name Designation Signature Name Designation ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ . Controller of Examinations Mizoram Public Service Commission Aizawl.

m/p. Signature Name ______________________ ______________________ Designation ______________________ .m is entered/typed into the computer on the same day. Mizoram Public Service Commission to be entered/typed in the Computer on _____________ at ________ a.69 MIZORAM PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION New Secretariat Complex Aizawl : Mizoram (EXAMINATIONS) The manuscript of question paper for ________________ paper ______ received from the Controller of Examinations.

Subject Paper No. Controller of Examinations Mizoram Public Service Commission Aizawl.70 MIZORAM PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION New Secretariat Complex Aizawl : Mizoram (EXAMINATIONS) Question papers for recruitment to the post of ___________________________________ under ______________________ Department is printed out as below. of copies Defect ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ The defect question papers are destroyed on the spot in the presence of the following witnesses. Witnesses : Signature Name Designation Signature Name Designation ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ ***** .