3 yrs on, interviews for class IV posts ‘in-progress’
Varmul, Jan 2: Nahida (name changed) of Nihalpora, Pattan had been frequently visiting the Deputy Commissioner’s office here to inquire about the status of recruitment process of class IV posts advertised in 2006.
“The authorities always tell me that the interviews for these posts were going on and yet to conclude,” Nahida, an aspirant told Greater Kashmir.
According to her, the district administration advertised posts vide notification No. 4 of 2006 Dated 18-10-06 and started the interviews immediately. Sources in the administration told Greater Kashmir that the interview of candidates having class 8th and matric as qualification had been concluded while the interviews of 10+2 candidates was yet to be done.
The aspirants termed the interview process as “mockery.”
“The pace with which interviews are being conducted speaks volumes about the work culture at district level,” another aspirant said.
When contacted, deputy commissioner, Lateef-u-Zaman Deva said the administration had concluded majority of interviews and the rest would be conducted soon.
“Compared to other districts where the interviews had yet to start, we managed to conclude the interviews of most of the candidates” he said.
Lastupdate on : Sat, 2 Jan 2010 21:30:00 Makkah time
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