Once shaken by the cash scam for work, the board has been declaring the results of the written exams within 48 hours. The Arunachal Pradesh Personnel Selection Board (APSSB) has virtually struggled to leave behind its tainted past. The APSSB suffered from the same illnesses as many of its counterparts or public service commissions across the country: excessive delays in publishing results and completing exam cycles, leaking question papers and fraud, to name a few some. In February 2020, he was shaken by a scam of cash for work on the examination for the post of secretary of the lower division. Since then, the APSB has created a record announcing the results of a number of examinations for government posts within 48 hours of the examination. The process in many states takes up to 5 years. “The exams are based on OMR (optical note recognition) and the assessment is done non-stop using fast scanner machines. Therefore, the declaration of results is quick, “said Santosh Kumar, secretary and controller of APSB in The Hindu.” The whole process is videotaped for transparency. In addition, agents from outside the APSB are appointed as observers to process the outcome, “he said. Bihar Samasipur IAS official was commissioned to clean up the APSSB shortly after the cash scam appeared. State Institute of Health Sciences and Medical Sciences Tomo Riba and the result was declared in 14 hours The result of the next examination for different positions of the Department of Information and Public Relations of the State was declared in nine hours The third exam for the post of secretary of the lower division was held in 12 districts on March 21. The result was announced on March 24 and was made possible by a team of 38 hours of non-stop work. well the typing skill cycle of March 29 was completed in eight days, the result of the junior estimator exam was declared in 24 hours. The APSB created a record of completing the full cycle of the combined degree exam within 100 days, including the announcement published in June. The skill test was held on September 9 and the final result was declared the next day. Also, on November 20, the cycle of the combined high school exam was declared within six months. “For technical positions such as laboratory technicians, radio and dentistry of the Department of Health or vocational training instructors in ITI schools, there are a maximum of 10,000 candidates. . The number is from 30,000 to 40,000 for the combined upper and lower secondary exams, ”Kumar said.