Tarigami flays selection process of PSC, SSB
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Srinagar, Jan 31: The CPI (M) state secretary and MLA Kulgam, Muhammad Yousuf Tarigami has called for a comprehensive and time-bound employment policy, where under identification of vacancies and their subsequent referral to the recruiting agencies for selection was ensured.
“The policy should also have provisions for creation of jobs under various categories in government departments and Public Sector Units in the state, besides exploring job opportunities in agriculture, tourism and services sectors,” Tarigami said in a statement.
Expressing dismay over the mode of selection adopted by Public Service Commission and SSB, he said the process of inviting applications, processing of these and holding of written tests and interviews was “time consuming.”
“Lack of manpower, infrastructure and proper set-up seems to be the main hiccup in the selection process,” he said and urged the government for proper instutionalization and hierarchy in the recruiting agencies.
Questioning the arrangement of not awarding any weightage to the written and screening tests held for selection of candidates for various posts, he said that “sole interviewing was widening the scope for mal-practices thereby eroding the credibility of the recruiting agencies.”
He said unlike SSRB, the Staff Selection Commission and most of the Recruitment Boards were either giving equal weightage to the written tests and the interviews or were making most of the selections only on the basis of the performance shown by the candidates in the written tests. This he said was the most transparent and quickest way of recruitment and dispensation of justice to the aspirants.
Suggesting for a similar procedure in the selection of the candidates through the recruiting agencies in J&K, he said it was better to do away with interviewing and making selections on the basis of the written tests. He said with the increasing number of aspirants, these agencies need to have district level offices.
Referring to the employment policy announced by the government, he said the commitments made in the policy should be fulfilled and its implementation ensured.
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