Jaipur, September 20. The meeting was held at the collectorate auditorium under the chairmanship of Shri Gaurav Goel, commissioner and nodal officer of Jaipur development authority and Shri Antar Singh Nehra, district collector for smooth conduct of Rajasthan teacher eligibility test-2021 (RIT) to be conducted by the board of secondary education Ajmer on 26th September (Sunday).
Shri Goyal explained in detail the security of question papers, traffic arrangements, law and order, construction of temporary shelters for candidates coming to Jaipur from different districts, drinking water system for them, sanitation, night lighting, accessible toilets etc. It should be seen that the examinees do not face any problem and the traffic system, law and order situation in the city is also not disturbed. It should be done in a planned manner.
About 2.50 lakh candidates will appear for the RIT examination in Jaipur at a total of 592 examination centres. Out of these, a total of 458 centres have been set up in Jaipur city and 134 examination centres have been set up in rural areas.
For the convenience of examinees coming from different districts, Jaipur city will be divided into more than 20 clusters and 05 temporary RIT bus stands will be constructed on Ajmer road, tonk road, Sikar road, Delhi road and Agra road from where roadways and private buses will operate. These bus stands will operate from 24th September to 27th September and help desks will also be provided at all RIT bus stands. The medical team will also be formed at the temporary RIT bus stand to address the RIT examination problems of the examinees.
District collector Shri Antar Singh Nehra said that the district administration is working on mission mode for the successful conduct of the RIT examination. For this, round a clock control room will be set up at the district collectorate which will function for a total of three days from 25th September to 27th September night. Shri Nehra said that all CHCS/PHCS will remain open on Sunday (26th September) and no officer/employee will be able to leave the headquarters without the permission of the district collector.
Additional commissioner of police (Second) Shri Rahul Prakash said that additional police control will also be there at the examination centres to ensure smooth law and order situation.
The meeting was attended by the additional district collector (First) Shri Iqbal khan, additional district collector (Second) Shri Girish Parashar, additional district collector (east) Shri Rajiv Kumar Pandey, additional district collector (south) Shri Shankar Lal Saini, additional district collector (north) Shri Birbal Singh, additional district collector (Fourth) Shri Ashok Kumar along with officials from concerned departments including Jaipur development authority, municipal corporation, department of public health engineering.