SSC CGL scam: Students Protest Against Paper Leak and Mass Cheating

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The Staff Selection Commission – Combined Graduate Level Examination (SSC CGL) has faced a lot of criticism in last few days.

On Wednesday, students in Delhi went furious and opposed against the reputed organisation under Government of India.

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The students decided to group at the Delhi streets to protest against the alleged leak of the examination paper and mass cheating in SSC CGL Tier-II examination.

While the students have been continuously protesting outside the Staff Selection Commission’s office at CGO Complex.

The examination was held for nearly 9,372 vacancies.

Further, the students want a CBI investigation for the CGL exam.

The decision to meet the SSC chairman to found a solution to end the protest was also unsuccessful.

Meanwhile, the screenshots of the question papers of the exam along with the answers were circulating on social media platforms.

On this one of the SSC, aspirant said, “We are protesting for our rights and we have evidence of cheating in the examination, but the administration is not acting swiftly.”

On Saturday, Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari decided to spend an hour with the students.

Manoj said that the students belong to different states also he met them on ‘humanitarian’ grounds.

Also, Manoj Tiwari listened to the grievances of the students who are demanding a CBI inquiry into the matter.

Further, he assured them that he would take up the issue with the minister concerned.

In India, there are lakhs of students who appear for the SSC CGL examinations.

The students take examinations to get recruitment into various posts in ministries, departments, and organisations of the Government of India.

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