#5Baje5Minutes: SSC-Railways Students Bang Thalis To Draw Govt Attention Towards Their Plight
There is a huge fight going on between Godi media Vs Unemployed Youths. Godi media wants to keep nation engaged in unnecessary issues so that they can divert attention from real issue like unemployment. #RRBExamDates #RRBExamDates pic.twitter.com/SLxCdbUTEr— बेरोजगार Brajesh (@brajeshkrSony) September 5, 2020
Centre Approves Privatisation Of 26 Govt Companies: RTI
#5बजे5मिनिट— Anujwayra (@AnujwayraAnuj) September 5, 2020
Maybe this time the government does not come to power next time ,, This plate clap should be a sign of the last journey of the government being played against it by the students unemployed. #5बजे5मिनिट#RRBExamDates @PiyushGoyal pic.twitter.com/f0cZuB1TgW
Since last Sunday, students have been carrying out a SpeakUp campaign tweeting out to government officials demanding that the results for their exams be released and the exams that haven’t been conducted for the last two years at least be conducted this year. Even after 70 lakh tweets, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal kept silent after which the students geared up for the protest on social media. #5Baje5Minutes became one of the top trends on Twitter, which included tweets from students of Railways-SSC and countless other exams of many states. After a delay of nearly 2 years, Railway board chairman informed that the exams for NTPC and other posts will be held from December 15 this year. More than 3 crore applications have been registered for the RRB NTPC, Group D and other exams. These are, 35,208 posts in non-technical popular categories (NTPC) like guards, office clerks, commercial clerks and others, 1,663 posts for isolated and ministerial categories such as steno and teaches, and 1,03,769 for level-one vacancies such as track maintainers and pointsman.