Aspirants for +2 History lecturers post allege favoritism
Report anomaly to us: PSC
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Feb 18: The Public Service Commission is again under severe criticism. This time for calling those candidates for interview for selection of +2 lecturers in History who allegedly had secured less points in the written test.
Sources said a candidate bearing roll number 1100477 had allegedly secured only 22 points in the written and had been called for the interview. However, the candidates who had secured 81 and 79 points in the test had been dropped.
The candidates said other candidates who had been called for interview had allegedly secured 43, 64, and 49 points.
A candidate with roll number 1100233 has been called for the interview even though the PSC allegedly had not shown any points against the roll number, they said.
In 2008 notifications number of posts advertised was only 27 but in the revised notification issued on February 15, 2010 posts have been increased to 32.
Interestingly posts have been increased on SC, ST, ALC categories. In open merit not a single post has been increased.
They said the procedure of the PSC is 1:3 ratio for calling candidates for the interview. In earlier list 229 candidates were called for interview against 96 posts. In the renewed notification the PSC has dropped 31 more candidates.
The Chairman Public Service Commission, S L Bhat said if the PSC had called any candidate having 22 points and dropped the one who has secured 81 points, they should report it to the secretary PSC. He said the PSC was doing its job in fair manner. “There is complete transparency in the PSC,” he assured.
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