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Sensing end of Governor's rule, babus start giving cold response to Guv
3/17/2016 11:27:40 PM
Peerzada Ummer

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Srinagar, Mar 17: The Commissioner Secretary Education has given cold shoulder to the standing directions of Governor's advisor Parvez Devaan over the issue of the NET/SET qualifiers who applied for the post of assistant professors in Education department.
The candidates while smelling rat in the recruitment process allege the state authorities over exhibiting the delay tactics with the sole purpose to accommodate the blue eyed.
The candidates who have applied for the post of the assistant professors said that the delay done by the PSC and state's higher education department is unnatural and carries no ground. They said that they in the recent past met Governor NN Vohra's advisor Parvez Devaan who passed the directions to the commissioner secretary education department vide letter number 56, dated 09-03-2016 to convey the JKPSC to continue the recruitment process which was kept on hold by the higher education department.
Despite, the instructions in writing issued by Devan to the commissioner secretary education, no direction was issued to the PSC. The candidates said that when they approached the commissioner secretary education over the issue, she informed them that no such letter has been received by her office. "These are the clear delay tactics being done by the education department. We have the copy of that letter which Devaan shot to the commissioner secretary that time. It is being deliberately done so that after the delay, blue eyed could be accommodated to these posts," a delegation of the aggrieved candidates told Early Times, adding that they proved their ability by qualifying the NET/SET but the sorry state of affairs in the state has left them in lurch.
Meanwhile, at the time when the speculations of the new government formation are ripe and chances of Governor rule's end are high, the babus at the secretariat while waiting for their new bosses have started giving wide berth to the instructions being issued by the Governor's office in the state.
Furthermore, the candidates said that their status has been reduced to mere protestors similar to those of the daily rated employees, demanding their regularisation. "JK would be the only state in which such a treatment is accorded to those who have PhD, NET/ SET in their possession but their abilities being marred due to the corrupt practices in vogue by the state," candidates said.
It was informed further that the PSC is expressing helplessness in helping the deserving candidates out.
The PSC has been reiterating that until the higher education gives it the green signal, it could not go ahead with the recruitment process.
When contacted, secretary PSC Shakeel-ur-Rahman told Early Times that PSC is only a recruiting agency and has nothing to do with the issues pertaining to various subjects including English. "The candidates should approach the government, it is the government that directs us the course of action," Shakeel said.
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