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‘Sufarshi’ babu at KU makes recruitment process shady
3/18/2023 10:49:58 PM
Sanjay Pandita

Early Times Report

Srinagar, Mar 18: Accused of being “influential”, a senior official at the Directorate of Information Technology & Support System, University of Kashmir here, has come under the scanner for alleged wrongdoings in the recruitment process at the varsity.
Official sources said there have already been “numerous discrepancies” with regard to the holding of exams for the post of Chief Trainer and Assistant Trainer under the project entitled "Establishment of Infrastructure for imparting Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) / Call Centres related training/ Skill to students.”
Initially the KU wanted to hold exams for the recruitment “quite hurriedly” making the job aspirants raise a hue and cry. And subsequently, while the applicants were given “mere one more week” to prepare for the recruitment test, another controversy has surfaced.
The department has kept exams for both the posts on the same day at a gap of two hours on March 21. “This has never been the protocol in holding of recruitment exams that applicant will be asked to appear in two separate exams for two separate posts on the same day, but this time unfortunately, it has happened,” said an official source on the condition of anonymity.
As per the notice accessed by the
arly Times, “The MCQ based test for the Contractual posts of Chief Trainer and Assistant Trainer under the project entitled "Establishment of Infrastructure for imparting Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) / Call Centres related training/ Skill to students" has been rescheduled to 21-03-2023.”
The candidates said the exam for one post will be held in the morning hours and the other one for the other post in the afternoon of the same day.
“How can a student prepare for two separate exams on the same day and if the paper is supposed to be same or the syllabus is the same, then why not just one exam for both the posts? Is there anything like logic left in the KU? Or is it that Sufarshi faces have to be recruited?” the candidates asked.
Earlier on March 8, the applicants were shocked to see that just five days ahead of the exam scheduled for March 13 the KU authorities released its syllabus. Following a news report by the Early Times, the exam was postponed by only by a week.
The official who has come under the scanner is accused of favoritism “right from his appointment to promotions.”
Despite repeated attempts the concerned couldn’t be contacted for comments.
A senior official, however, said on the condition of anonymity that the matter would be looked into.
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