Dear Students, as we have already informed you that the discrepancies in the conduction of this year’s SSC Tier II Examination have led to a protest at CGO Complex in Delhi which is continuing since 27th of February. The protestors are basically the candidates who are now fed up with the malfunctions in the conduction of SSC Examinations. Anna Hazare too will be joining the protests today to show his support towards the SSC candidates who have been facing some or the other problems in the overall process of examination for years.
We Want JUSTICE
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Our team too will be joining the protests today so we kindly ask you all to join the protests with the Adda247 team and Anna Hazare to bring about a change for a fair and just conduction of SSC Examination. While the examination was being conducted, we came across an issue on 21st of February that once again highlighted the crevices in the system of SSC Examination that still need to be filled in order to conduct a fair and just examination.
It was suspected that the answer sheet of the Quantitative Aptitude Paper was already being circulated before the examination because the paper was leaked before the exam itself. Due to this, they the examination was interrupted and was delayed too. And this doesn’t end here, there is more about it. Yes, in Patna, it was suspected that not only Quant but English Paper too was leaked before the examination and this led the authorities to stop the complete process of examination at the centers there.
The examination is rescheduled to be held on 9th of March for all those who had the exam on 21st of February. The candidates from Patna will have to appear in the Tier II Exam where both Quant, as well as English Section examination, will be conducted whereas the candidates from other centers will have to give a re-exam for Quantitative Aptitude Section.
Also, students earlier have had problems regarding the missing normalization procedure that does injustice with the students who get to attempt a difficult examination. The Tier I examination of SSC was conducted in the month of August 2017 in several shifts in a time span of 15 days. Some of the shifts had an easier overall level of examination whereas others had a nerve-wracking level of questions. Instead of this crystal clear difference in the level of different shifts of examination, SSC did not give a nod to the normalization process to do justice to the students who could not perform to the best of their ability because of the same.