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Impact of the Protest on IBPS PO III aspirants

All of you might know that many IBPS II candidates are protesting in Delhi. As I am explained in my previous post that their demands are factually wrong and illegal.

Today I am going to explain the impact of this protest on PO III candidates

  • As we all know that IBPS-PO is not the only exam which is conducted by IBPS they organize other exams mainly IBPS-Clerk, RRB-OS -1 and RRB- Multipurpose assistant as well. Now the thing to be noticed is that all these exams are conducted almost in the same time range and interviews are also conducted almost simultaneously. 
  • So if the protest was not held and such other problems were not created result of PO-3 would probably have been declared by now and people who cleared the cut-off would not have gone for RRB’s and IBPS clerk interviews (including me). This gives chance to people who have scored comparatively less and desperately need a job to start a career. 
  • Now what happening is that same candidate is going for RRB interview as well as clerk interview and there is a chance of multiple selection and ultimately he will join only one organization leaving other seats vacant. And as we all know 2nd and 3rd round allotments take quite a long time. 
  • Another scenario is that if someone joins RRB because they are announcing the results before PO-3 and if he is selected in PO after joining RRB he will have to pay around 2 lakh rs which is not a small amount. And if someone can’t afford to pay he is stuck in a RRB even though he wants to leave.
So the people protesting there need to understand that they are not only wasting their time but also playing with the future and hard earned money of the aspirants as well. If the cause was genuine even we would have supported them because if anything wrong happened with them it would have happened with us as well but this is not the case. So again I implore you people to please stop this chaos and stop playing with our and your own future.



One of my good friends, Abhinav Nigam wrote this post.
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