National Conference on Sunday asked the J&K Public Service Commission to change the scheduled day of the KAS prelim exams scheduled to be held on March 19 by a day to avoid non-participation of KAS aspirants who are also appearing for the Staff Selection Committee's Combined Graduate Level Examination's Final Level on the same date.
Two delegations of KAS aspirants from the State called on NC State Spokesperson Junaid Azim Mattu in Srinagar on Sunday and highlighted this grave issue that could have far reaching implications on their careers.
The NC Spokesperson said the J&K Public Service Commission should understand "the gravity of the situation and apply common-sense and ensure aspirants focus on performing well in their exams rather than being distracted by an issue that could have been resolved by the Commission without any intervention and pleas."
"The future of aspirants is much more important than procedural red-tape in the Public Service Commission and I urge the Commission to rescue students from this dilemma which has been thrust on them", Mattu told media persons after the meeting the KAS aspirants.
The NC Spokesperson said he spoke to the Minister for Education, Altaf Bukhari and urged that the Public Service Commission takes immediate action to rescue the students from this dilemma.