By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Sep 03, 2020 14:07 IST
#SpeakUpForHSSCStudents: Aspirants demanding Jobs & pending results, question Haryana Govt

A social media campaign with a hash tag “Speak up for HSSC students” run by job aspirants of the Haryana State, questioning M.L Khattar led government over the delay in results & un-employment. Taking to the social media thousands of students lodged their disappointment with the Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) over delays in recruitments & results. On Thursday, Government job aspirants in Haryana state started campaign with #SpeakUpForHSSCStudents and raised their demands online on twitter. 

The campaign started on demand of early declaration of long pending HSSC results, schedule of exams and early joining. Aspirants questioning HSSC Commission demand DV schedule for advt 12/2019, joining to HSSC Group D declaring final list and examination schedule or calendar for pending 2018-19 recruitments. Students also demand the quick start of pending recruitments, as process on more than 20,000 Group C posts which were advertised in year 2018-19, is yet to start.

According to the recent data, un-employment rate in Haryana has surged rapidly after the Covid-19 followed by successive Lockdown. Amid all this Haryana state Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on the other hand has announced halt in fresh recruitments for one year.

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Thousands of aspirants preparing for the Haryana state government jobs, un-employed youth & former employees who have lost their jobs in the pandemic participated in the online campaign against the HSSC & state Government.

Haryana HSSC is yet to announce the year 2015 results and hasn’t defined the HSSC syllabus and exam calendar of events yet, an user writes.

Several HSSC examinations are pending for years, Commission has not defined the exam dates / syllabus for them & even joining of several recruitments is pending, another user writes.

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