- Ruckus over having three dozen candidates with consecutive numbers in JPSC exam
- Students protest outside JPSK headquarters in Ranchi, police chased
- Protesting candidates are demanding cancellation of 7th to 10th JPSC PT exam
Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) has been demanding the cancellation of the preliminary examination results conducted from class 7th to 10th. In this sequence, on Tuesday, a large number of candidates came to gherao the JPSC office on Circular Road in Ranchi, but the police already present there chased away the protesters.
The candidates who reached the JPSC office were continuously shouting slogans, in which – Awaaz do Hum Ek Hain, stop nepotism, stop selling seats, Jab Jab Student is awake, power of throne dola, slogans were raised. After the police dispersed the protesters from in front of the JPSC office, everyone gathered back at the Morhabadi ground. The protesting candidates allege that youth are being cheated continuously, jobs are being distributed on the basis of money.
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Angry candidates said that today their number was less, so the administration forced them out from there, but they are not afraid, they will not give up until their demand is met, they will again gherao the JPSC office.
Result was released on 1st November
Let us inform, Jharkhand Public Service Commission had jointly conducted the preliminary examination for 7th to 10th Civil Services last month. Its result was declared on November 1 last. In this exam result, there are more than three dozen candidates whose roll numbers are continuously in the same series. Questions are being raised on the success of consecutive numbered candidates appearing in one room examination at some examination centers of Lohardaga, Sahibganj and Latehar.
How were all the meritorious giving exams together in the same room?
Angry candidates say that how is it possible that so many meritorious students were appearing in the same room at the same time. However, JPSC says that it could be a mere coincidence. Such a trend of results has been visible in many competitive exams conducted in the country. The candidates raised the question of not releasing the cut off even after fifteen days of the result declaration. The candidates also alleged that out of syllabus questions were asked in the exam and reservation rules were not followed.
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JPSC has been able to take only seven examinations till now, dispute over the results of all
The Jharkhand Public Service Commission has been in constant controversy since its inception. During the 20 years of its establishment, the commission has been able to conduct only six civil services examinations and the results of all these have been disputed. CBI investigation is also going on in the two civil services examinations. Now the examination taken for the civil services from class 7th to 10th is also embroiled in controversies.
Police standing outside JPSC Headquarters after expelling students