Fate of 2.37 crore railway job seekers uncertain, TCS appointment challenged in court
The PIL alleges that the railway ministry and the RRCB violated the norms and undermined the guidelines of the Central Vigilance Commission by awarding the contract for conducting the computer-based recruitment test to TCS iON
New Delhi: The fate of 2.37 crore job aspirants who have applied for 1.6 lakh posts in Indian Railways in 2018 is uncertain as a public interest litigation (PIL) has been filed in Delhi High Court challenging the appointment of TCS iON by the railways for conducting the computer-based test (CBT).
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