Disappointed with the new "Agnipath Recruitment Scheme" in Army, aspirants staged a violent protests erupted in Bihar and Utarakhand. On June 16, they intensified their protests, torched trains and public properties. They also started stone-pelting at Ara railway station. The protestors demanded the withdrawal of the scheme, which limits service years and age limit for training from 17.5 year to 21 year with an early exit from army services… read-more
Courtesy: The Free Press Journal
The students appearing for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test Undergraduate (NEET UG) 2022 demanded to postpone the exams. The demand grew louder on the correction window application of the National Test Agency (NTA). As of now, the NEET UG is scheduled to be held on July 17, in India. However, considering less gap between the JEE and NEET, students demanded postponement and started trending #PostponeNEET UG2022.
All India Students' Union (AISA) and other youth organisations have called for "Bihar bandh" on January 28. They termed the committee of Union Railway Ministry as a "hoax", whivh was formed to look into the concerns of aspirants of alleged irregularities in Railway Recruitment Board's NTPC exam results. AISA general secretary MLA Sandeep Saurav and others called the committee a "conspiracy" to postpone the matter till UP elections… read-more
Aspirants of Railways Exams 2021, conducted by Railway Recruitment Board, staged a massive protest at Gaya Railway station. On January 26, students vandalised railway properties, burnt passenger trains, against the decision of conducting two stages of exams and called it unfair for students who cleared the first stage. Notably, 1.25 crore candidates registered for the 35,000 vacant railway posts. A committee has been formed to look into their… read-more