Combined Geo-Scientist and Geologist Examination-2016 Compensatory Time by Visually Challenged Candidates [ IGS Updates ]
Availing Compensatory Time And/Or Scribes by Visually Challenged Candidates (Minimum 40 % Impairment) and Candidates with Locomotors Disability And Cerebral Palsy Where the Dominant (Writing) Extremity Is Affected To the Extent of Slowing the Performance Of Function (Minimum 40 % Impairment).
- The Combined Geo-Scientist and Geologist Examination-2016 will be held on 13th May 2016 and 14th May 2016 2016 in two sessions and each session will be of three hours’ duration. And on 15th May 2016 there is only one session in the morning i. e. 9.00 A. M. to 12.00 Noon.
- Visually challenged candidates and candidates with locomotor disability and cerebral palsy with impairment (to the extent of 40 % or more) in dominant (writing) will get extra 20 Minutes Per Hour; total 60 minutes compensatory time to answer each of these papers and also exploit the services of scribes for writing the papers.
- In this regard Visually challenged (VC) candidates and candidates with locomotor disability and cerebral palsy (LDCP) have to submit an “Undertaking” in the prescribed proforma, to be supplied at the venue of the examination by the venue supervisor, which clearly indicate whether they has availed compensatory time in each of paper.
- Visually challenged and locomotor disability and cerebral palsy candidates also have the choice to either bring their own transcribers (with valid e-Admission certificate) f or them by the Commission to write the examination.
- On the basis of such option exercised by the VC/LDCP candidates, e-Admission.
- Every visually challenged/LDCP candidate will have one scribe sitting opposite to them with one Invigilator sitting alongside the scribe which will ensured that answers spelt out by the candidate are written on the answer Booklets.
- The candidate shall be subject to the rules/instructions of examination and action will be taken against them for any violation of the same.
- Published on: April 15, 2016