Candidates miss SSC MTS 2019 examination due to teach delay
Candidates of the Staff Selection Commission of India (SSC MTS) examination protested at the outdoor Aruma IT Park in Powai on Monday afternoon to sit down for the test. The applicants had been past due as trains had been behind schedule and canceled because of heavy rain in the metropolis. Most of the applicants who have been denied got here from Vasai, Virar, Palghar, and other remote suburbs.
The examination is carried out by way of the Centre, and the security officers deny Candidates entry after 12 midday, which becomes the professional reduce for accomplishing the examination center.
They argued that the authorities had allowed the Candidates who got behind schedule to sit for the exam as trains have been not going for walks on schedule because of incessant rains inside the metropolis over the weekend.
They sat in protest at the gate and partly blocked an avenue. Bhushan Pathare, from Murbad, Thane, said, “We had been most effective 5 minutes past due, and they denied entry to us. The government must apprehend the state of affairs of applicants and assist them; however, no representative from the government confirmed as much as helping us.” He also said, “For six months, I had been slogging, but now it is all going to be vain simply because trains were late.”
Police officers arrived at the scene and counseled the applicants to send an electronic mail to the Central authorities as nothing may be completed from their facet. “The police, without a doubt, informed us to electronic mail the board and dispersed. Not only did they get rid of us, however, but they also forced us to delete snapshots and movies that we took to post on social media,” stated Akash Morya, a pupil who had traveled from Palghar for the exam. He similarly said that because authorities had declared a vacation in Mumbai colleges and colleges, they needed to have postponed the exam properly.
Candidates are still worried and clueless about whether or not the authorities will re-examine because there is no reputable declaration or replacement from the imperative government.
Aakash Educational Services Limited has announced that the Aakash National Talent Hunt Exam (ANTHE), the tenth edition of its annual scholarship exam, can be hung on October 20 (Sunday) this 12 months across 24 states and Union Territories.
Among the biggest private area pan-India exams, ANTHE offers deserving college students the possibility to earn up to one hundred in keeping with a cent scholarship and helps students take the first step of their endeavor to become docs and IITians. Students studying in Class VIII to XII can take part in the exam.
Looking at the response and call from students and mother and father, ANTHE is open to Class XI and XII college students this year, in contrast to preceding years. In 2010, ANTHE saw more than 15.61 lakh college students appearing for the Aakash National Talent Hunt Exam.
The last date for filing enrolment shape for ANTHE 2019 is October 15 (Tuesday), with a price of Rs 500, which also can be paid through net banking channels, debit card, credit score card, or without delay at Aakash Institute’s department/center. Students enrolling for ANTHE may also acquire enrolment inside the most sought-after Daily Practice Test (DPT) program of Aakash iTutor for the elegance they are analyzing. —TNS