NSUI comes up with leaked question paper' on BRS govt
Hyderabad: In an attempt to draw attention to the plight of unemployed students affected by the TS Public Service Commission (TSPSC) question paper leaks and recruitment test cancellations, NSUI members visited several libraries here on Sunday and distributed a 'leaked question paper' related to the BRS government.
The paper, comprising 14 questions, focuses on the challenges faced by approximately 40 lakh unemployed persons.
According to Venkat Balmoor, NSUI state unit president, 13 of the questions were easy.
"There's only one challenging question-identifying the ideal female leader between the ruling party MLC K. Kavitha and education minister Sabitha Indra Reddy," he told Deccan Chronicle, while distributing the papers at the City Central Library in Ashoknagar and the Central Library at Osmania University.
People’s responses will be accepted through various channels, including email, tweets, or in person until November 30.
The paper contains questions like 'What happened to KCR's assets due to Kaleshwaram project'; 'How many times was the Group 1 exam paper leaked'; 'Which notification made by KCR was successful,' and 'Has KCR fulfilled the promise of 12 per cent reservation for Muslims', among others.
"The actual exam is scheduled for November 30 (polling day), but just like the TSPSC paper leak, we've leaked this paper too," he added.
“Many have started sending responses with their names and phone numbers while some answered them on the spot. We will announce the list on December 3, the day Assembly election results would be declared,” Balmoor said.
Vijitha S., speaking at the Ashoknagar library, told Deccan Chronicle that the TSPSC paper leak had left the lives of students hanging in the balance.