NC requests publication of the provisional selection list of junior assistant candidates


NC requests publication of the provisional selection list of junior assistant candidates


posted on August 26, 2022 | Author RK News



Srinagar, August 25: The National Conference (NC) on Thursday expressed dismay at the inordinate delay in releasing the tentative shortlist of qualified candidates for advertised junior assistant positions in 2020-21 for various departments.

Deploring the government’s lax attitude in releasing the provisional shortlist of successful candidates, party spokesman Imran Nabi Dar said a delegation of junior deputy candidates had called party chairman Dr. Farooq Abdullah, and requested his intervention in the matter. to safeguard the careers of thousands of deserving candidates. Later, the delegation reached Nawa e Subah and briefed the state spokesperson on the issues they are facing.

“The visiting delegation of candidates said that most of the aspirants who participated in this recruitment process are about to cross the age mark. Undue delay in the publication of the provisional list put the careers of hundreds at risk aspirants, most of whom come from very poor family backgrounds,” he said.

“JKSSB had advertised 1534 positions under seven successive notifications from 2020 to 21. The typing test for the same was held from October to November 2021, thereafter the written test was also held via CBT mode and the results of these were also declared on the 20th of March 2022. Since then the process has been placed in deep cold storage.The government, far from helping troubled young people, is instead pushing them towards new abysses of despair. 2019, no recruitment for major positions has been made. Examinations are taking place but the final results never see the light of day. To this long list of unrecruited positions are added these junior assistant candidates,” he said. he declares.

“This sad state of affairs will nevertheless have detrimental effects on the mental health of young people who burn midnight oil to secure their jobs, but the snail-paced J&K administration continues to fail their hard work, their dreams, their intellect and them in general.”

Martin E. Berry