Latest News on SSC Scam in India. The alleged SSC Scam and SSC Paper Leak Case has drawn a CBI probe. The CGLE Tier II paper leak created a lot of chaos, driving the SSC to invite the probe. The MOS in the PM’s office officially agreed to the CBI probe on the SSC Paper leak case.
Following the decision of the Staff Selection Commission to conduct a CBI probe, the outrage on social media platforms by candidates continued. After the alleged SSC paper leak, the Paper I was cancelled by the SSC, to further investigate the issue.
SSC Scam: SSC Deals with a Larger Issue
While the specific case being investigated and probed into is the current paper leak, the real issue is might be much larger. Cases of paper leaks, mass cheating and similar concerns regarding competitive exams have been increasing, putting the whole essence and purpose at stake. These competitive exams are in a way a foundation to the very future of the country, thus in a broader sense these cases, such as the current paper leak, impact the entire nation.
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The Staff Selection Commission for instance recruits staff who take the position at various government organisations and central departments. This is also a recruitment step for future subordinate officials. Thus, cases of cheating and individuals involved in it may take such important positions for the entire nation, instead of eligible aspirants.
The SSC case Investigation and Outrage
Approximately 200,000 hopeful aspirants had taken the SSC CGL Tier II exam. The exam was cancelled after answer chits were found in a toilet at one of the exam centres in Delhi and a case was reported against mass cheating and malpractice. At another SSC exam centre, in Bhopal, several candidates reported question papers were pre-marked with answers, leading to the cancellation of the exam. Aspirants have since been holding protests in front of the SSC office, in New Delhi, demanding a CBI investigation.
The demands have been accepted and Staff Selection Commission and the Indian government have given a green signal to the CBI probe.