Published: 19th March 2018
No more 'Jumlas', we want jobs: DU, JNU students to organise public hearing today
Disappointed with the state of unemployment and shallow promises by the Modi government, students step out to find a solution
It's not just Congress supremo Rahul Gandhi who is seemingly disappointed with the unemployment of the youth. Students and representatives from Delhi University and Jawaharlal Nehru University have come together to arrange a public hearing on 'Joblessness and SSC Scam' on March 19 at Art Faculty building, North campus.
Aman J, who is one of the coordinators of the event — Rozgar Mange India (India asks for employment) — says that this hearing will raise the important questions that the government needs to answer. What motivates Aman and the 'comrades' are the professors who have shown concern about the future of the students. "Professors from various departments will be present at the meet to listen to our grievances. Students and teachers will suggest some solutions to the government who had promised us a bright future. We want them to take the responsibility of the SSC scam and take our future seriously," Aman says.
The list of important questions to be raised at the hearing are:
No More Fake Promises and Befooling Jumlas
No More Mocking of India's Youth Seeking Jobs
Ask the Government Where are promised 2 crore Jobs per year?
Why is Indian Youth unemployed?
Why massive seat cut in UPSC, state and central regional boards?
Who will take responsibility of SSC SCAM?
Speak out against acute Job crisis at our Public Hearing!
(The meeting commences at Arts Faculty building at 2:30 PM)