JSA aspirants seek release of selection list
Srinagar, Dec 19: The candidates for the posts of Junior Statistical Assistant have demanded immediate announcement of the selection list.
A group of aspirants told Greater Kashmir that the Service Selection Board had invited applications for various posts vide advertisement notice No. 07 of 2011. The number of posts advertised was 5845, out of which jobs were advertised for Junior Statistical Assistant were 35 and 88 for State cadre and Divisional Cadre Kashmir respectively.
“The interview of candidates from Kashmir was held from June 10 along with their counterparts in Jammu. The final selection list of Jammu candidates was published soon after the interview where as the list for candidates of the Valley is yet to be released,” an aspirant told Greater Kashmir adding that they fail to understands as to why the authorities were unnecessarily delaying the announcement of selection list.
We urge the Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah to personally intervene in the matter and get the list released without any further delay.
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