Madhya Pradesh: Candidates stage semi-nude protest towards examination ‘irregularities’

GWALIOR: Alleging Vyapam rip-off half two, candidates who had appeared for the Agriculture Extension Officer and Agriculture Improvement Officer (ADO) exams in February this yr performed by the Madhya Pradesh Skilled Examination Board (PEB), took to the streets of Gwalior to stage a semi-nude protest towards alleged irregularities within the conduct of the exams.

VyapamVyaysayik Pareeksha Mandal (Vyapam) is the Hindi acronym for the Skilled Examination Board.

Sudhir, from the Krishi Mahavidyalaya, Gwalior advised ANI, “We now have gone bare to protest and unclothe the corrupt insurance policies of this authorities. We’re protesting towards a rip-off that has taken place on the strains of the 2013 Vyapam rip-off. We demand an investigation into the conduct of the exams and cancellation of recruitments and a recent recruitment course of needs to be organised.

“In these exams, solely college students who belong to the identical caste, faculty, area high. Their faculty information are very dangerous. They take six to seven years to clear a four-year course. They high in these topics during which they constantly fail for 4 to 5 years. That is evident from these details that the PEB makes the query papers and solutions obtainable to them earlier than the exams,” he alleged.

The Vyapam rip-off that passed off in 2013, concerned 13 completely different examinations performed by the PEB for recruitment to authorities jobs and admissions to instructional establishments in Madhya Pradesh. In August 2013, the Shivraj Singh Chouhan authorities constituted a Particular Job Power to probe the rip-off. The Central Bureau of Investigation took over in July 2015.

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