SSC CHSL 2018 Tier 2 Exam result was out on 25 February after a delay of more than 1 year. Some were happy seeing the result finally being declared by the Commission, many vent their anger as they were disqualified on the ground of Unfair Means (UFM).
A mass twitter campaign has been scheduled by the students preparing for different SSC Exams on March 22 against the Staff Selection Commission to change the criteria for UFM. SSC is going to declare the Combined Graduate Level (CGL) 2018 tier 3 exam on 8th May and many fear that same fate will be waiting for them too.
Around 40,000 students appear for Tier 2 in Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) 2018 examination and a total of 32,600 candidates qualified the exam. While it is not yet known how much students were failed on the ground of UFM. Those who were disqualified due to UFM have got zero marks in paper 2 and they will be not eligible for further round.
There were many cases where a student getting more than 180 more marks out of 200 were disqualified due to Unfair Means. Many students blame the commission for their incompetency of selecting the candidates on the basis of their writing in Paper 2.
“Please don’t ruin our youth. We have toiled hard for years and scored good marks in the previous stages of SSC CGL and CHSL examinations but the new absurd UFM rule is not even letting us sleep now.Please DON’T RUIN THE HARDWORK WE PUT IN. PLS”, a student said.
He further added “In the SSC CGL 2018 Tier 2 paper, the full address of the receiver was not given. So it was quite obvious that the students will write some imaginary address. So how this comes under UFM? Not only this, How can an aspirant get UFM by just adding 56,150,XYZ in address, छोटी in name etc”, he asks.
Check out what candidates have to say on this:
#SSC_UFM. SSC should be given a autonomous status or body #It should be like #Upsc#Ibps https://t.co/Q8DS022E3N many cases on Ssc why it’s happening like that .so many students are suffering with ssc unfair means ( 1/2) @PMOIndia @HRDMinistry
— Santhosh Banoth (@imSanthoshBanot) March 22, 2020
#SSC_UFM serious aspirants nw find their future bleak and dis can b attributed 2 SSC UFM rule.UFM essentially means unfair, impropr nd dishonest means lyk cheating,bribing..bt addrss m new delhi likhna unfair lga..it’s nation’s loss if xams r conducted dis way @DoPTGoI @PMOIndia
— saurabh sharma (@saurabh57170145) March 22, 2020
#SSC_scrapUFM how can we write letter without imagination for the question which didn’t have any address properly this is injustice to hardworking students pic.twitter.com/V6bdJPdGb5 #SSC_scrapUFM pic.twitter.com/m179uIeppk
— Dypta Barman (@DyptaB) March 17, 2020
Dear SSC please redefine UFM. Your definition of UFM is unscrupulous and ambiguous. Honourable @PMOIndia and @DrJitendraSingh ji please look into the matter.@DoPTGoI @PIBPersMin @PTI_News @ssccgl_ #SSC_scrapUFM #SSCCGL18 #SSCCHSL18 pic.twitter.com/f4Kb5as7D2
— Kudrati Handsome 🥰 (@BhakBsdk) March 15, 2020
— Dau (@dauisravi) March 17, 2020
— Kudrati Handsome 🥰 (@BhakBsdk) March 17, 2020
#SSC_scrapUFM #sscchsl student disqualified for writing just a single name that too no one knows.. roll no. are mentioned on frontpage.. what does ssc want to prove @DrJitendraSingh pic.twitter.com/PATm7DnVrk
— Vivek Mehra (@vivek25mehra) March 15, 2020
#SSC_scrapUFM #sscCHSL18 #unfair_means. @DrJitendraSingh @DoPTGoI @PressTrustIndia @PIBPersMin @India_NHRC @ssccgl_ @SSCtube @qmaths_in…pathetic means by ssc to discriminate aspirants of ssc exam… tainted ssc is using unfair means as a tool to filter genuine students pic.twitter.com/o18hQ6AcST
— Yatin (@Yatin36461295) March 15, 2020