होम News JSSC CGL Exam 2023 Update: Uncertainty Surrounds February 4th Exam

JSSC CGL Exam 2023 Update: Uncertainty Surrounds February 4th Exam


JSSC CGL Exam 2023 As the scheduled date of the Jharkhand General Graduate Level Combined Competitive Examination-2023 (JSSC CGL) on February 4th approaches, confusion looms among the 3.17 lakh candidates. The Jharkhand State Service Commission (JSSC) has yet to release admit cards or entry letters, leaving students in a state of uncertainty about the exam’s fate.

The recent paper leak incident during the January 28th exam has added to the anxiety of candidates. JSSC, on one hand, is seeking reports from all 735 exam centers, while the Jharkhand State Students Union (JSSU) is advocating for a postponement of the February 4th exam.

JSSC Seeks Reports from 735 Centers

JSSC has declared that a decision regarding the February 4th exam will be made after a thorough review. The commission has requested detailed reports from all 735 exam centers, focusing on the scheduled time to open the box containing the third paper (General Knowledge), which was slated for 2:45 pm. The commission will determine the fate of the February 4th exam based on the findings from the center reports.

Student Organizations Express Concerns

Meanwhile, student organizations are expressing their discontent over the paper leak incident, branding it a “mega scam.” They are urging for a CBI inquiry into the matter. In protest, the Jharkhand State Students Union conducted effigy burnings of Chief Minister Hemant Soren and JSSC Chairman Neeraj Sinha in various cities, including Ranchi, Dhanbad, Bokaro, Giridih, Hazaribagh, Koderma, Ramgarh, Jamshedpur, Saraikela, Chakradharpur, Ghatsila, Silli, Bundu, and others.

In response to the escalating situation, JSSC’s nodal secretary, Madhumita Kumari, has taken legal action by filing an FIR against unknown individuals at Namkum police station in connection with the question paper leak. The investigation into the case will be conducted by DSP-1 Prabhat Ranjan Barwar at the headquarters.

Stay tuned for further updates on this developing story, as the fate of the JSSC CGL exam on February 4th hangs in the balance amidst protests and investigations.

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