G’bl ReT aspirants seek release of selection list
Ganderbal, Feb 10: The aspirants for the posts of Rehbar-e-Taleem at Malshahi Bagh village here have blamed the Education Department of allegedly delaying their selection list without any reason.
According to them, the Department issued a notification on August 22, last year for the engagement of RETs in three villages of the district including Rehk-i-Harran, Ahanger Mohalla Gadoora and Gori Mohalla Malshahi Bagh. “After the notification, RETs were engaged in Primary School Rekh-i-Harran Harran and Primary School Ahanger Mohalla Gadoora within stipulated time, but the selection list of aspirants for schools at Malshahi Bagh is yet to be released,” the aggrieved aspirants said.
They said there were clear cut directions from the Department regarding speedy engagement of RETs. The government order No: 503, Dated: 10-06-2010 reads, “The list of candidates applying for the ReT posts shall be drawn as far as possible within a period of one week and the objections to the panel so framed, if any, shall be invited from all concerned within a weeks time”.
“It has been six months and the department is yet to issue the selection list,” the aspirants said adding, “If the engagements were not made within five days, we will approach the Chief Minister’s office with the grievance.”
When contacted, Chief Education Officer Ganderbal, Peerzada Muhammad Tahir told Greater Kashmir “We are on the job and engagement of RETs will be completed within three or four days.”
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