Candidates Appeal Chairman JK Bank
‘Waiting list not yet notified’
Srinagar, Nov 20: Candidates who had applied for the post of Banking Associate in Jammu and Kashmir Bank have appealed to the bank authorities to notify the waiting list for the posts.
According to the candidates the bank selected 1500 banking associates, of which some did not join leaving such number of posts vacant.
“A number of selected candidates have opted not to join for their own reasons. Therefore, the bank was to issue list of candidates falling in the waiting list, which it has not done,” said a candidate, Muhammad Irfan.
The worried candidates said they were regularly visiting the website of the organization and looking into the newspapers for the waiting list but to no avail. “We appeal chairman Jammu and Kashmir Bank to look into the matter and issue the waiting list as early as possible so that the candidates who are uncertain at present would get relieved,” said another candidate, Rafi Ahmad.
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