At present there is no standard procedure for giving Rotation numbers to the candidates for various grades, except for the Rotation
number for candidates seeking Exemption from subjects of Class IV Part A and Class II Part A as per circular 015 dated 3rd May, 2000.
New rotation number is allotted to the candidate when he reapplies for the examination. This could possibly lead to confusion and errors
in the result. In partial modification to the procedure which is being followed at present for giving rotation numbers to the candidates
appearing in any grade of examination and standardizing the procedure in all the three Districts, it has been decided that during the time of
taking exemption or appearing for part A examination, the candidate will be given rotation number and that rotation number will remain
with the candidate till he passes the Part A of that grade of examination. The same candidate will be given a different rotation number for
the Part B of that grade of examination and that rotation number will remain with the candidate till he/she passes the Part B of that
grade of examination.
1. Rotation Number of the candidate will be MUM/00/00 for Mumbai
MUM will be replaced with KOL or CHE for Kolkata and Chennai respectively, and rest will be same.
i. The first 00 in the nominator stands for year; second 00 in the nominator stands for month.
ii. IV A in the denominator denotes the grade of the candidate.
iii. E stands for the exemption candidates.
iv. A denotes the non-exemption candidates.
v. 000 in the denominator would be the continuous number, which will continue till 31.12 of the year for that grade.
vi. Similarly IV will be changed to II and I for grade II and I candidates.
Example for MEO Class IV A candidate appearing in the month of January, 06 in Mumbai
IV (A) 001
Example for MEO Class IV A candidate (exemption) in the month of January, 06 in Mumbai
IV (E) 001
This procedure is to be implemented with effect from 1st January'2006.
This issues with the approval of the Chief Examiner of Engineers.