Proposal to appoint1129 Assistant Professors in limbo
PSC Returns Requisition With Fresh Queries
Jammu, Nov 18: The selection to recently created 1129 posts of Assistant Professors is likely to face delay as the Public Service Commission (PSC) has returned the government requisition with certain queries on the validity of the degrees of various universities.
Sources told Greater Kashmir that PSC has sought fresh clarification on the legality of degrees obtained by candidates from the study centers affiliated to various outside universities and some other issues.
“Following the apprehensions raised by PSC the process has come to a grinding halt as for now”, sources said. They said that PSC has withheld the advertisement of the posts for selection till the government sends its reply.
They said that even as the state government has already issued a circular mentioning the names of institutions and universities whose degrees are valid in the state, PSC wants clarification on some more points before initiating the selection process.
“The state government, through its order number 252 of General Administrative Department (GAD), dated May, 30, 2012, has already elucidated on validity of degrees of study centers, but PSC has asked for some additional information ” sources said.
It was learnt that PSC has also returned the 250 posts of lecturers which were send by higher education department many months back to PSC for advertisement and selection.
Sources maintained that Higher education department has already distributed the newly created 1129 posts, on college basis, region basis and now only subject wise distribution was left.
“The PSC has raised some queries and we are on the job ” an official of Higher education department said, adding the reply would be send to the PSC so that advertisement and selection of candidates could be expedited.
Lastupdate on : Sun, 18 Nov 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sun, 18 Nov 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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