Bhubaneswar: The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has now decided to publicly uploaded the marks of candidates, who appeared the final stage of recruitment examinations, but not recommended.
"Bhubaneswar: The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has now decided to publicly uploaded the marks of candidates, who appeared the final stage of recruitment examinations, but not recommended. The information in…"
The information in respect of the candidates who appeared in the final stage of examination but not recommended, arranged in roll number will be uploaded on SSC website which may further be linked with the dedicated website to be developed by the Government, an official notification read.
The decision comes in compliance with the government of India’s order to publicly disclose the scores of such candidates through portals. The main objective is to provide a useful database to other employers to enable them to identify good employable candidates.
Order of disclosure:
(i) Name of candidate.
(ii) Father/Husband’s name
(iii) Date of Birth
(iv) Category (Gen/SC/ST/OBC/EWS/PH/Minority)
(v) Gender of the candidate.
(vi) Educational qualifications
(vii) Total marks obtained in the qualifying examination
(viii) Ranking by which the merit is decided.
(ix) Complete address
(x) E-mail address
Apart from this, the Commission has further decided that:
(a) The candidate will have the option, at the time of filling up of his/her application form, from opting out of disclosing the above details publicly.
(b) Information of such non recommended candidates, who subscribe to the Disclosure Scheme, shall be hosted on the Commission’s Website after declaration of final result.
(c) Disclosed information shall be valid for one year from the date of disclosure.
(d) Selection Posts Examinations will not be covered by this Disclosure Scheme.
This ‘Disclosure Scheme’ shall take effect from the result declared by the Commission in Nov-2020 onwards.
“Besides sharing of the information of non‐recommended candidates for the examinations conducted by the Commission, the Commission cannot assume any responsibility or liability for the method and manner in which any information related to candidates who appear at the Commission’s examinations, is utilized by other private or public organizations,” the notification added.