RAWALPINDI – Foolproof security arrangements would be made for medical entry test to be held on September 23.
The centres for medical test have been established in Government Post Graduate College for Women, Satellite Town, Government College for Boys Satellite Town, Siddique Public School, 6th Road and Ideal Cambridge School, 6th Road.
Walk through gates would also be installed on the entry gates of each centre.
Waiting halls would be established in each centre for the people coming with the candidates where drinking water and sitting arrangements would be made. This was decided in a meeting held here under the chairmanship of District Coordination Officer (DCO), Rawalpindi, Saqib Zafar to review the arrangements. Senior Superintendent Police (SSP) Operation, Dr Akhter Abbas, ADC (G) Saif Anwar Jappah, EDO MS Imtiaz Ahmed Malik, Director Colleges Dr Muhammad Ashraf, EDO Education Qazi Zahoor-Ul-Haq and other concerned officials were also present in the meeting.
SSP Operation informed the meeting that the required police officials would be deployed for the security arrangements in all the centres and a comprehensive security plan was being prepared in this connection.
All roads adjoining to the areas where the entry tests would be conducted would be blocked for any sort of traffic and no vehicular traffic would be allowed to go ahead on these roads including vehicles of students and their attendants for security purpose.
DCO Saqib Zafar directed the director colleges to contact HEC to know the requirements of examination staff.
If the teachers and professors of education department of district Rawalpindi are required then they should be deployed for the duty.
He also directed that the direction banners for the guidance of candidates should also be placed on main roads and important points. It was decided in the meeting that Information Counters would be established on each examination centre where the students would be guided about their roll numbers and centre.
A bus shuttle service would also be provided to the students to reach the examination centre.