The candidate who was fasting till death was supported by Dr. Kirodilal Meena
Hundreds of students have been protesting at the main gate of Rajasthan University on Jawaharlal Nehru Marg in Jaipur since February 11. Over the last five days, many students have started fasting till death. Three students have been admitted to Sawai Mansingh Hospital due to ill health. Hundreds of candidates are still sitting in protest and demanding extension of exam date. MP Dr. Kirodilal Meena has also supported the demand of these candidates. On Saturday afternoon, Dr. Kirodilal Meena and Deputy Leader of the Opposition Rajendra Rathore reached the protest site. Meanwhile, BJP leaders said the demands of the candidates were justified. The syllabus cannot be increased or decreased after any recruitment examination is declared. Candidates should be given an opportunity to prepare if the Commission has changed the syllabus.
The calendar of recruitment examinations has been issued by the Commission, the examinations will be conducted accordingly
The Rajasthan Public Service Commission had recently released the calendar of competitive examinations. There was talk of holding RAS Men’s Exam on February 25 and 26. Now thousands of candidates are demanding postponement of exams. Upen Yadav, president of Rajasthan Unemployed Unified Federation, met the RPSC president and secretary on Friday and briefed them on the demands of the candidates. In this regard, the chairman of the commission Sanjay Shrotriya said that UPSC has worked out the calendar on the lines of RPSC. All competitive examinations will be conducted as per calendar. If the state government gives any order in this regard, the commission will follow the order of the state government. Otherwise the Commission will not change the date of examination at its own level.
There is an application in the High Court regarding the result of RAS pre, hearing will be held on Monday 21st February.
Some candidates have challenged the answer key of RAS Recruitment 2021 Preliminary Examination. The Commission has twice issued answer keys, yet the candidates have challenged the answers to 8 questions. 5 questions are given bonus marks. According to the candidates, there are 3 questions in which each of the two options is correct. The Jaipur bench of the Rajasthan High Court has been holding regular hearings for the last four days. The hearing is set to resume on Monday, February 21. A committee has been constituted by the state government, which will submit a report to the High Court regarding the answers to the questions.