B’pora teacher posts aspirants appeal CM
Bandipora/Srinagar, Dec 9: The aspirants for the posts of teacher in this north Kashmir’s district have urged the Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah to direct the Service Selection Board authorities to announce the selection list.
According to the candidates, they applied for the posts advertised on November 22, last year and subsequently appeared in the interview in May this year. “The authorities in SSB had assured that the selection will be done on fast track, but the promise proved to be a mere hoax,” the candidates said.
They said hundred of teacher posts are lying vacant in various educational institutions of Bandipora, which was adversely affecting the studies of children.
Sources in Education Department told Greater Kashmir that about 250 teachers and 40 masters’ post were vacant in Bandipora.
Meanwhile, the candidates for these posts in Srinagar district have also sought immediate announcement of the selection list.
According to the short listed candidates, their interviews were also conducted by Service Selection Board in May.
Expressing apprehensions over the inordinate delay in the announcement of the result, the candidates urged the authorities to release the list of selected candidates forthwith to dispel the notion about “foul play.”
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