'Release selection list'
Candidates appeal Prison deptt
Srinagar, Dec 22: The aspirants for the posts in Prisons Department have appealed to the authorities to release the selection list forthwith.
According to the aspirants, the Department advertised 73 posts under notification No. 539 of 2005 dated 25-08-2005.
They said as many as 14560 candidates submitted the forms or these posts. Among the candidates, 1957 were from Srinagar and Ganderbal districts; 2360 from Baramulla and Bandipora; 1201 in Budgam; 673 in Kupwara; 5528 in Islamabad (Anantnag) and Kulgam while as 2841 are from Pulwama and Shopian districts.
The candidates were called for test on 24-12-2010, the aspirants said, adding the Department had failed to come out with the selection list.
“We have been waiting for the selection list for long time,” the aspirants said.“We appeal Prison Department to notify out results soon,” they said. Despite repeated attempts, the concerned authorities could not be contacted.
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