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CTAN demands termination of two JSCO

By EMN Updated: Feb 17, 2024 8:41 pm

DIMAPUR — Combined Technical Association of Nagaland (CTAN) has demanded immediate termination of two alleged ‘illegal JSCO appointees’ under the Directorate of Soil and Water Conservation.

CTAN stated that it had submitted two notifications dated September 9, 2019, and December 18, 2019, demanding for nullification of regularisation of Avilie Nagi and Agape Yeputhomi, who were appointed on June 3, 2016, to the post of JSCO with the PB-2, RS-9300–34800 and grade pay of INR 4400 which clearly falls under the purview of NPSC.

It added that on March 10, 2022, CTAN had served an ultimatum to the department to which they clarified that “There’s no question of termination since they no longer serve in the department.”

However, CTAN claimed that they are still serving in the department till date and was under the process of regularisation, which clearly contradicts the contract agreement. It stated that the appointees have no right to claim regularisation in any case.

In the light of above stated circumstances, CTAN has demanded for termination of the two appointees on or before March 11. It further cautioned that CTAN would be compelled to lockdown the directorate of Soil and Water Conservation after the expiry of its ultimatum.

CTAN comprised of Graduate Electrical Engineers’ Association of Nagaland (GEEAN), Civil Engineers’ Association of Nagaland (CEAN), Computer Science and Information Technology Engineers’ Association of Nagaland (CSITEAN), Forestry Graduates’ Association of Nagaland (FGAN), Nagaland Dental Welfare Association (NDWA), Agri Engineering Graduates’ Association of Nagaland (AEGAN), Nagaland Library Association (NLA), Association of Electronic and Communication Engineering Nagaland (AECEN) and Horticultural Graduates and Students’ Association of Nagaland (HGSAN).

By EMN Updated: Feb 17, 2024 8:41:22 pm
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