Why is there an uproar regarding SSC CGL Tier I results, what are the candidates demanding?

SSC CGL Revised Result 2023 Trending On Internet: Staff Selection Commission has released the results of SSC CGL Tier One exam five days ago i.e. on 19th September. The candidates are unhappy with the result this time and have started registering their protest on Twitter (which is now X). Candidates demand that the results of SSC CGL exam should be released again. Regarding this, news with the name #SSC_CGL_2023_REVISED_RESULT is trending on Twitter and candidates are demanding re-publishing of the results.

what is the reason

The demand for re-release of SSC CGL exam results is rising because this time very less percentage of students have been declared passed. If compared with previous years, then for the first time in five years the total percentage of passed candidates is so low and is the lowest.

What year were the results?

If we talk about the data being shared on Twitter, the results have been like this year after year.

Out of the total students who appeared in the examination in 2019, 13.2 percent students were declared passed in the pre-examination. 16.22 percent in 2020, 14.9 percent in 2021, 10.008 percent in 2022 and this year i.e. year 2023 In 8.42 percent. Thus, this year the least number of students have been declared passed in the pre-examination.

The issue of railway rules also came up

In this matter, people are raising all kinds of issues by giving their opinion on Twitter. One of these issues is that just as the Railways makes it clear that such a percentage of the total vacancies will be selected, similarly SSC should also fix a percentage that such a percentage of the total vacancies will be selected.

It is being named Injustice and all kinds of memes are also being posted on X.

Also read: CTET 2023 exam results may be released by this date

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