EDB appealed to issue supplementary select list
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Sep 28: A group of aspirants today appealed Elaquai Dehati Bank to issue the supplementary selection list for various posts.
Talking to Greater Kashmir, the aspirants said the ED Bank had issued a final selection list of assistant managers and cashier-cum-clerks on July 2, 2011.
“Even as more than 40 candidates had been selected, over 10 candidates did not join,” they said, adding that resultantly over ten vacancies remained unfilled.
They said the authorities had assured them that candidates appearing in waiting list would be accommodated and a supplementary selection list will be issued soon.
The aspirants said more than two months have passed yet no supplementary list has been issued. “We appeal the EDB authorities to issue the supplementary list at the earliest,” they said.
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