Bihar student organisations called for a bandh on Friday protesting the rigged Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) NTPC results. At this time, numerous political parties came out in support of the students. Transportation was affected because of the protests. The problems with the trains stranded passengers. A number of trains were also damaged.
Student groups demanded the expulsion of the railway chairman, threatening more agitation if the results were not disclosed within ten days. During the protest, the students demanded that the government reverse its decision and reevaluate the answers. Due to the demonstration, police have been posted at all railway stations. As was the case, trains were disrupted in Patna and Darbhanga. Buxar, Ara, Aurangabad, Jehanabad, Gaya Darbhanga, Vaishali Muzaffarpur, and Patna were the sites of student riots. The windows of some vehicles were damaged as well. It was reported that students in Aurangabad burned tires to close shops.
Demonstrations were held all over the district, including at the district office. The market in Haspura was shut down. The Teen Muhan Bus Stand was set on fire, and chants denouncing Modi were heard. There was a market bandh in Haspura that started early. Trucks and trains were slowed down, and trains to Patna were halted. Tyres were burned on the road by RJD workers in Hajipur and Patna. While this is occurring, Jan Adhikar Party (JAP) activists set fire to Patna’s Gandhi Setu.
T. Pratap Yadav
Tej Pratap Yadav, leader of the RJD, has backed the students protesting the railway results. It was stated that the students were fighting for their rights and being beaten by Nitish Kumar. He also claimed that the central government cheated them.
Ravi Shankar Prasad asks the railway minister to ease fears.
Rail minister Ashwini Vaishnav has been requested to address recent recruiting concerns by former Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad. The Minister of Railways was urged to develop a plan to prevent demonstrations like this in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh. Prasad said he spoke with Vaishnav about the issue. Prasad said on Friday that the committee had been formed and a decision would be made soon.
Students are protesting this school decision.
MP Patna also appealed for calm for students who set fire to train coaches during the protest. Prasad believes he must serve the same railway. In addition, he recommended that the Minister not use coercive measures.
The meeting of the Railway Ministry was held on Wednesday
Student protests against the Railway Recruitment Exam results have intensified meetings at the Ministry of Railways. A meeting was held Friday to discuss the issue. RRB recruitment rules may also be changed. After the expert committee’s report is received by March 4, this work will be completed. Railways have also postponed forthcoming tests until after the expert committee’s report is received.
Cutoff marks for RRB NTPC
A UR makes up 40% of the population, an EWS is 40%, an OBC is 30%, a SC is 30%, and a ST is 25%. 2% may be deducted from the percentages if not enough people with disabilities apply for the openings. Below are the minimum passing percentages for each category.
A CE exam consists of four stages: the first is a computer-based test (CBT), the second is a CBT, and the final stage is a medical exam and document verification. A medical exam and documentation will be required of all shortlisted candidates. A merit-based hiring process will be implemented following completion of all tests.
TRCBT-2 2021 RRB NTPC
Candidates who scored higher than the cut-off mark must take the CBT-2 or Skill Test for the post applied for. Candidates will learn the CBT-2 results one month after the exam. Document verification and medical assessment will be required for those who pass the CBT-2 exam.
NTPC RRB Results 2021 will be announced in July.
Last in line for jobs on the train will be candidates who pass a medical exam and check their documents. Candidates’ performance on the CBT-2 will determine their fate.