Gandawah – Poor management marred the National Testing Service (NTS) tests for education department vacancies in Gandawah city, on Thursday.
1,800 candidates took the test for 150 vacancies of Jhal Magsi District that took place in Gandawah city which is in same district.
Lack of drinking water resulted in rendering a lot of candidates unconscious during the test. NTS and Balochistan government failed to provide cold drinking water in hot climate of Gandawah, reported local journalists.
Proxy candidates managed to took the test on behalf of other candidates and NTS administration failed, to detect this irregularly, alleged the candidates.
NTS is conducting recruitment tests for 4200 candidates in Education department and it has earned over Rs. 100 million in application fees.
“Despite minting millions from the tests, NTS doesn’t even provide clean drinking water to the candidates during tests,” lamented a candidate.
Candidates in Gandawah demanded from Balochistan government to reschedule the tests and cancel the test that took place on Thursday.
Published in The Balochistan Point on May 22, 2015