RRB NTPC, Railway Group D Job Aspirants Start Digital Protest and Demand Speed up Hiring

RRB NTPC, Railways Group D job aspirants raise concerns over the slow recruitment process in an online protest and demand government to expedite the process.

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Railway Group D Job: Speaking Up For SSC Railway Students campaign, Justice for Railway Students grows stronger by the day, as thousands of students across the country are furious over the government’s delay in recruiting. For railway job applicants, RRB NTPC exam results for CBT-1 have not yet been announced and there is no timeline for subsequent exams. On Wednesday, a digital protest was launched, where dozens of candidates made their voices heard on the issue.

Several student associations from all parties to opposition political parties have repeatedly raised questions about the delay in exams. Exasperated candidates have also taken to several social media sites, including Twitter, to voice their plight.

Over 2.5 million students awaiting employment by Indian Railways under various positions also urged the Center to speed up the process. Several Twitter users have raised concerns about the results and the hiring process. Over the past few days, #SpeakUpForRailwayExams has been all the rage on Twitter which has now received over 1.75 lakhs of tweets. Highlighting similar issues, a Twitter user posted.

Students claim that due to the delay in exams they are getting more stressed. Without the results the hiring process will not move ahead and students will continue to be in a lurch.

Demanding the exams to be conducted soon a user tweeted,

A user who calls himself as an “unemployed student” posted,

Many used their wits to express their anguish and soon Twitter was inundated with memes questioning the central government about the delay in exams.

Another user claimed that the notification was released in February 2019. “An exam fee of Rs 500 was charged starting at 2 crore from aspirants, which equates to around Rs 1200 crore. Almost two years have passed, but there is still no review date for the preliminaries. Another important thing is that they haven’t been able to finalize the supplier yet, ”he said.

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