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JKAS course modified
10/10/2019 12:42:08 AM
Ishtiyaq Ahmad

Early Times Report

SRINAGAR, Oct 9: In the backdrop of abrogation of Article 370, 35A, the authorities for the first time have made modifications on the course of Jammu Kashmir Administrative Service probationary officers.
Sources said this step has been taken so that JKAS officers are well-versed about the latest technology being used across the India while imparting training.
Sources said that for the first time, the government has made various modifications in the course of JKAS probationary officers, which was released in Jammu last week.
"The government has tried to upgrade the course," sources said. "This measure is being taken to ensure people realize the benefits of the Abrogation of Article 370, 35A, and bifurcation of the state into two union territories," sources said.
Sources said that syllabus has been compiled to ensure it is at par to training of officers in other union territories of the country.
"Experts have given positive response to the modified syllabus," sources added.
Over 264 candidates of the state had qualified the JKAS out of around 80 are hailing from Kashmir.
As shutdown continues, the government decided to impart training to KAS probationary officers in Jammu.
"All the KAS qualifiers have been airlifted to Jammu for the training," a senior official said.
"It has been decided that Kashmiri KAS qualifiers will get course training for 45-days in Jammu. They will be brought back for rest of the training only if the normalcy returns to the valley," the official added.
The JKAS qualifiers have to go through one year course before their postings in departments.
One of the probationary officers from central Kashmir said they were told few days before that they will be provided training in Jammu.
Earlier, the Kashmir based KAS probationers would receive training at IMPA Srinagar.
Sources said that current state cadre in J&K will remain unchanged after October 31 when Jammu and Kashmir will be officially declared a Union Territory.
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