MISSION AND VISION


Professional Examination Board is the only institute of its kind in the Country that organizes competitive tests for entrance to various professional courses every year on a very large scale. It is worth mentioning that only on the basis of these test one can get admission to the courses recognized by national level bodies like All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), Medical Council of India (MCI), NCTE New Delhi etc. against seats available in various institutions of the state. Recently, the responsibility of conducting recruitment examinations for different state level posts, which are not be filled through the Public Service Commission, has also been entrusted to the Board by the State Government. To name a few, Sub Inspectors of Police (Home Department), Assistant grade III/Steno typists in General Administration Department, Rural Extension Officers in the Department of Agriculture, Training Officers in the Directorate of Employment and Training, Samvida Shikshak, MPLUN, Jail Head Quarter, Mahila Evam Bal Vikas, Controller Food & Drugs, Pollution Control and a large number of other examinations to fill up the backlog of posts in various Government departments. Board is fully aware of its responsibility of declaring zero error results and also making them available within the shortest possible time so that new educational sessions get started every year in time. The results are prepared maintaining utmost security and secrecy. After the results are declared and uploaded on the net, Board makes available related data and other relevant information to the concerned departments.

 

ROLE OF THE BOARD

 Professional Examination Board is the only institute of its kind in the Country that organizes competitive tests for entrance to various professional courses every year on a very large scale.

 It is worth mentioning that only on the basis of these test one can get admission to the courses recognized by national level bodies like All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), Medical Council of India (MCI), NCTE New Delhi etc. against seats available in various institutions of the state.

Recently, the responsibility of conducting recruitment examinations for different state level posts, which are not be filled through the Public Service Commission, has also been entrusted to the Board by the State Government. To name a few, Sub Inspectors of Police (Home Department), Assistant grade III/Steno typists in General Administration Department, Rural Extension Officers in the Department of Agriculture, Training Officers in the Directorate of Employment and Training, Samvida Shikshak, MPLUN, Jail Head Quarter, Mahila Evam Bal Vikas, Controller Food & Drugs, Pollution Control and a large number of other examinations to fill up the backlog of posts in various Government departments

    METHOD OF CONDUCTING EXAMINATIONS:

 The admission rules for the conduct of the entrance tests are provided by the departments concerned. This includes detailed information regarding the eligibility of the applicant, minimum educational qualifications, age limit, reservation of seats, information regarding institutions, counselling schedule, selection process for entrance to various courses and fees etc. The rules for conducting the examinations are prepared by the Board including the procedure for filling the application forms, issue of test admit cards, list of co-ordinating institutions etc. Complete information regarding the examination centres and syllabus for the relevant test in a composite form is made available to applicants through a printed Rule Book.

 Board arranges the sale of rulebooks along with the application forms through various Colleges / Schools etc. of the state and even outside the state. The medium of examination for which the applicants are of 10+2 level both Hindi and English.

 The medium of examination leading to admission in a Post Graduate level course is English only e.g. MET, MCA, Pre-PG.

The entrance examinations conducted by the Board have centres in cities of the state and even outside the state. To add to the transparency of the examinations, observers are appointed for each centre to watch the proceedings of the examination and submit their reports to the Board. Keeping in mind the sensitive nature of the examinations, Board conducts them with complete impartiality and transparency, maintaining a very high standard of confidentiality.

 Question papers for all examinations are objective type in which the examinee is required to choose the right answer out of the four possible given alternatives and mark his/her choice on the OMR Answer Sheets. The Answer Sheets are valued with the help of scanners. The entire valuation work is totally computerized and executed under the supervision of Supervisors appointed from outside the Board.

 Board is fully aware of its responsibility of declaring zero error results and also making them available within the shortest possible time so that new educational sessions get started every year in time. The results are prepared maintaining utmost security and secrecy. After the results are declared and uploaded on the net, Board makes available related data and other relevant information to the concerned departments.