A massive social media campaign is lined-up on Thursday, February 25 at 11 am by the students and the Educators demanding employment and fair conduct of exams across the country. The rate of unemployment that has sparked in the last couple of years and irregularities in the process of the recruitments of SSC, Railway, and other state-level exams have finally led to this digital strike or massive campaign demanding employment from Prime Minister Modi.
The campaign is expected to be backed by millions of students, educators across the country in wake of the recent alleged irregularities in preparation for the SSC CHSL 2019 Tier 2 result. called-on at 11 am on Thursday,
"Looking after the recent irregularities in the recruitments process of the Staff Selection Commission and the delay being caused in the Railway recruitments and several other recruitment deformities across the country have finally led to this campaign", a student said while asked on the demands.
He reckons six major demands of the students behind this campaign. The demands of the students are -
1) Declare SSC CGL 19 Tier 2 marks
2) Increase in number of vacancies
3) Timely conduct of the examination
4) Transparency in the exam process
5) Timely declaration of results And
6. Speedy process for joining.
Citing the irregularities in the ongoing recruitments and demanding employment opportunities thousands of the students on Thursday participated in an online campaign with the hashtag "modi_rojgar_do" (Give Employment Modi). Calling a right of the youth, they joined the mammoth social media campaign questioning the central government on the issue of unemployment and irregularities across the exams.
What led to this massive campaign: According to the students, there have been irregularities in the Staff Selection Commission announced CHSL 2019 Tier 2 results. "The merit list of Combined Higher Secondary Level Examination 2019 (Tier 2) that was prepared by the Staff Selection Commission on February 19, avoided the real names of the candidates who scored quite good marks", Abhinay said in his video message. According to the campaigners, the Commission prepared a list having several defects.
The mathematics teacher released a video message on the micro-blogging site on Twitter demanded the central government to hold a discussion on the issue of irregularities and employment opportunities for the youth in the country. Tweeting a video on his handle where he is seen demanding several reforms in the policies of the central government.
Later several students and academicians came out in his support and joined the campaign on social media by raising their demands of fair conduct and Employment opportunities by the Central Commissions, especially in SSC and Railways.