SSC EXAM ‘Leak’ 2018: Protest Continues…What exactly happened?
A large number of candidates have appeared that there was a leak of a number of the papers for the SSC Combined Graduate Level (CGL) Tier II Examination which mass cheating was reported during the examination. The CGL examination was controlled from 17 to 21 February. A total of 1,89,843 candidates appeared for SSC CGL Tier II communicating, this year.
The SSC, on seventeen February, had to cancel the second shift of the SSC CGL Tier II examination. After malpractices were reportable at An communicating center in the capital of India.The SSC, that conducts examination for subordinate services, on Sunday, decided to recommend a CBI inquiry into the alleged paper leaks in one in every one of its tests persisted February 21. The students protested outside the SSC office at CGO complex in the capital of India on a weekday. Here area unit some demands of scholars like examinations of CGL Tier 2 -2017 held between 17–21 Feb should be canceled and there should be a time-bound Supreme court-monitored CBI inquiry. No examination of SSC should be conducted till the CBI inquiry has been completed.
These developments come a day after the Staff Selection Commission chairman had on Sunday, 4th March, same he can request the department to re-conduct the SSC examination And additionally request the CBI to launch an inquiry, into the matter.
The Centre on Monday, 5 March, ordered a CBI inquiry into the alleged SSC paper leak scam, requesting aspirants to disband their protests.The government on Monday united to a CBI inquiry into the alleged SSC question paper leak, irregularities and mass cheating of the examination control between February seventeen to February 21, ANI reported. “We have accepted demands of protesting candidates and have given orders for CBI inquiry protests should now stop,”