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    Youths seeking jobs in electricity board raised their protest against the new rules of recruitment. The candidates says any graduate can give exam and tries to get the job but government make some changes in the rules which is unacceptable. They gathered at GEB office at Race Course circle in Vadodara and gives a memorandum to the officials.

    The candidates gathered in front of GEB office at Race Course and raised their protest against the new rules. Digvijay Sinh Jadeja one candidate said Gujarat government conduct recruitment drive for the Uttar Gujarat Vij Company Limited where the rule is that any graduate can give exam. However the rules are changed in the upcoming exams of Dakshin Gujarat, Madhya, Uttar and Paschim Gujarat Vij Company Limited and the candidates raised their protest against the same. They demand to retain the same rule and help students to get jobs as per their calibre.

    He further said the students done B.Tech and engineering are not in the list as per new rules and they raised their protest against it. Earlier rule states that any graduate can give exam and everyone is preparing hard for the exams for last one and half years. The parents are also looking upto them and wants to see them on job. However due to sudden change or rules they have no option left and protest against it.

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