SSC CGLE 2017 Tier-2 exam controversy, protests and paper leak scams seem unending & growing louder each passing day. With thousands of students staging protest in front of the Staff Selection Commission Delhi office, all they demand is rightful conduct code of SSC online recruitment exams, timely joining and transparency in the system. With whole lot of issues building up with the SSC CGLE 2017 Tier-2 paper leak and scams associated with it, students have demanded justice and CBI probe on the matter.
The chairman of Staff Selection Commission has been actively answering all the queries and has now uploaded an ‘Important Notice’ on the official SSC website at ssc.nic.in online. Candidates can read the gist of the recently released official notification on SSC CGLE 2017 Tier-2 exam & issues associated with it here online.
SSC CGLE 2017 Tier-2 Paper Leak Scam Demands CBI Inquiry
The first day of the SSC CGLE 2017 Tier-2 exam on Feb 17, 2018 had a shocking update available on the official website of the Commission citing details of a misconduct event witnessed at a Delhi centre. Scribbled chits of paper with solutions of SSC CGLE 2017 Tier-2 Paper-1 of Quantitative Aptitude was found in the toilet of venue.
Post this, manhandling of an SSC representative with Shift-2 cancellation & no re-exam conduct shocked innocent aspirants of the Combined Graduate Level Exam 2017.
Read details : ‘ SSC CGL 2017 Exam Cancelled Due To Cheating Case (DAY : 1) Issue’
The next issue which posed issues for the SSC ‘Combined Graduate Level Exam’ Tier-II aspirants was on Day :4 when due to technical glitch incomplete question papers were downloaded which poses issues. The test got delayed and students had to wait for the next test causing inconvenience to many.
Read details about the same here : ‘SSC CGL 2017 Tier-2 Day : 4 Exam Cancelled & Re-Scheduled’.
SSC CGL 2017 Tier-II Exam Controversy | Here’s What Commission Says
Sharing tags like #sscscam & other such allegations on Commission, the Chairman has granted the delegation of these students to provide Commission with enough evidence to prove their point.The Commission has also zeroed in two private coaching institutes who have vested interests for instigating these protests. The deadline for the same is March 1, 2018 i.e. today for students to prove their point post which the final decisive powers rest with the Commission itself.
The official notification citing details about the same has been uploaded by the Commission on its official website, click in the source link below to check the same.
Source : SSC