Nearly 40,000 aspirants still in waiting mode for 174 vacancies of Bangalore Metro

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BANGALORE (Metro Rail News): Around 39,330 aspirants who took up exams for getting a seat out of 174 vacancies at the Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) for its Phase-II projects are still waiting for the selection list. It has been 16 months since the marks they scored were made public but there is no word on the appointments yet. 
Three separate exams, all multiple-choice questions conducted by the Karnataka Exam Authority, were held in February 26-27, 2019, for three cadres – 21 Junior Engineer (JE) vacancies, 19 Section Engineers (SE) and 134 Maintainers. While 18,530 aspirants appeared for Maintainer post, 11,300 opted for SE posts and 9,500 for JE posts. Candidates have been desperately waiting for months to know their fate.
One of them was quoted saying by a media agency, “I am taking up numerous exams. I have scored really high and deserve to have a job now.
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Along with thousands of others, I am hoping and praying that BMRCL announces our appointments. The marks we scored are still available on the KEA website. Why is it taking them so long to make the selection?” he exclaimed. 
He explained that they had made repeated requests to BMRCL in this connection. “We also met the Chief Secretary last year and asked him to help us out. Another candidate alleged that BMRCL is totally non-responsive to their calls and messages. 

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