SSC Cancel Delhi Police Exam: Candidates call for exam to be cancelled

Thousand of candidates on Thursday registering their protest launched online campaign demanding SSC to cancel the Delhi Police Constable exam, held from 27 Nov to 14 December 2020. The protest comes after the arrest of three students arrested by Delhi Police in cheating case.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Dec 17, 2020 13:36 IST
SSC Cancel Delhi Police Exam: Candidates call for exam to be cancelled
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On Thursday, thousand of students launch online campaign demanding cancellation of Delhi Police exam by SSC. Launcing protest on social-media students trend a hash-tag writing 'SSC Cancel Delhi Police Exam' and registered their protest against unfair conduct of exam. Candidates allege that several solver-gangs were involved in disrupting the Delhi Police exam and there were irregularities in the online computer-based test held in Nov-Dec 2020.

Over the suspicion of irregularities and paper-leak candidates raise their voice demanding fair conduct of Delhi Police exam. On twitter candidates help trending (#SSC_Cancel_DelhiPolice_Exam) hash-tag demanding cancellation of Delhi Police Constable (Execuctive) exam 2020. However, no official statement from Staff Selection Commission has come.

On social media a student alleges that at some exam centre there was no checking for Original photograph and even no biometric-verification was carried out. "According to SSC rules only those people are allowed in Exam who has Original Photo, completed biometric verification and gone under videography. But surprisingly nothing. have done by SSC", Mahesh Yadav writes.  

According to a press release of Navodaya Times, Delhi Police on December 11 arrested three fake-students while writing the examination on others' place. They were allowed entry with fake-Id cards and irregularities were there, candidates allege.

"Cancel delhi police exam we want fair result as per the hardwork done by the students.....stop this scam and cancel this as soon as possible", another user writes on social-media.

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