This is done with the kind permission of the recruiting portal that the Assam government launched for APSC on September 8th. Candidates’ accounts store their basic information and help them apply for various exams.
In an online program, the recruiting portal was launched by Neeraj Verma, Chief Secretary of the Department of Administrative Reforms and Personnel, and Pallab Bhattacharyya, Chairman of the APSC, in the presence of Dinesh Tyagi, CEO of CSC SPV, a branch of the Department of Electronics and Electronics called IT, who designed the portal in collaboration with APSC.
“The individual accounts will record the performance of candidates on various exams. Saving basic information relieves a candidate of having to enter the same data over and over for multiple exams. Candidates can also make the required Challan payments online from the comfort of their homes, ”said Gyan Doley, head of the Northeast Region at Common Services Centers.
He added that the online application process will also eliminate delay issues that occur when physical applications are not received by the Commission before the deadline due to various transport-related issues. “Such delays have become a major problem during Covid-19. The extensive network of CSCs in the country also narrows the digital divide between urban and rural applicants. Apart from submitting applications, this portal offers functions for validating mobile devices / emails using a one-time password, profile, application, online payment, online tickets, status check and other functions, ”said Doley.
Doley commented on the multiple uses of the portal and said, “Compiling, retrieving and processing data will be easier for APSC. You can also send various notifications to candidates if necessary. The central database helps APSC to process the application at an early stage. In case candidates encounter problems online, a toll-free number and email ID are provided to contact to clarify their questions. Candidates can also contact nearby Common Services Centers to complete the application in assisted mode. ”