New Delhi: The Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) has lodged a complaint with the Delhi Police following complaints that candidates shortlisted for interviews were getting telephone calls from unknown people demanding money from facilitating recruitment. (Also read: HRD Ministry Steers Clear of Sanskrit Prayers at KVs Controversy)
KVS said it had been receiving complaints through both email and phone about these telephonic calls to shortlisted candidates and said a “Public Notice” had been uploaded on its website informing candidates to be alert and aware of such fraudulent calls.
The public notice points out that the recruitment process was carried out with transparency and there was no scope of any kind of manipulation. “By this Public Notice, the candidates who are shortlisted for interviews are therefore informed that they should remain alert and vigilant and not fall in the trap laid by the unscrupulous callers. In case the unscrupulous elements contact the candidates, then they ought to lodge a complaint with the Police
Station forthwith and also intimate KVS at firstname.lastname@example.org/011 26963523.”
Only last week, the call letters had been uploaded on the official website. Candidates are advised to log on to the official website. The notification released on the official website said, “Download the Interview call letter for the post of Librarian and PRT Music in KVS against the Advertisement – 14.(17-01-2019).”