Police constable prelims examination passes off peacefully in South Coastal Andhra Pradesh
Amid beefed up safety, the police constable preliminary examination performed by the Andhra Pradesh State Stage Police Recruitment Board (APSLPRB) on January 22 (Sunday) went off easily within the South Coastal area.
The examination was performed in 90 centres within the districts of Prakasam and SPSR Nellore. Greater than 90% of the over 43,000 candidates appeared for the examination within the two districts. After visiting an examination centre at Tempo School in Ongole, Superintendent of Police Malika Garg appreciated the personnel for peaceable conduct of the examination.
Prohibitory orders underneath Part 144 Cr.Laptop have been clamped, Nellore Superintendent of Police Ch. Vijaya Rao stated after overseeing the conduct of the examination on the DRW faculty in Nellore.
“No untoward incident has been reported from any of the 52 examination centres in SPSR Nellore district,” Further Superintendent of Police Hymavathi stated.
Andhra Pradesh Highway Transport Company operated 50 particular bus companies within the Nellore division to the examination centres, whereas the site visitors police ensured easy circulation of vehicular site visitors.
In the meantime, a girl constable was lauded for pacifying a wailing child whereas its mom had gone to write down the examination. The mom had left the newborn along with her husband outdoors the centre at S.N. Padu in Prakasam district.
When the newborn began crying inconsolably, its father known as helpline quantity 112. Following an instruction from the SP, the top constable, S. Parameswari, pacified the newborn by giving milk with a feeding bottle.