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Government planning to eliminate NPSC class-III posts, claims PSAN

By EMN Updated: Oct 01, 2017 12:01 am

Dimapur, Sep. 30 (EMN): The Public Service Aspirants of Nagaland (PSAN) has expressed bewilderment at what it stated was ‘yet another pathetic act’ of the state government.
A press statement from the PSAN on Saturday cited unnamed sources informing of the state government setting up a cabinet sub-committee ‘to do away with class-III posts in NPSC exams.’ This, according to the group, was “an act of indirect murder to the aspirations of the Naga human resources (sic) that wish to serve government offices through fair and open competition.
“When despite the inclusion of the said posts, the vacancies advertised in a calendar year never reaches triple figure, if this is removed, the number of post may visibly be predicted to come down to 50-40 or even lesser than that. What is interestingly surprising is the fact that, although the numbers (sic) of aspirants increase every year, the vacancies never seems to wish to increase hence, in such a tricky situation the removal of class-III posts from the said examination will kill the thousands of Naga youths who are burning midnight oil with all honesty, sincerity, integrity and dedication.
“Despite PSAN’s rightful demand of inclusion of all valid posts that comes under the preview of NPSC, the government prefers giving a deaf ear…PSAN would like to remind the government that when human resources of the state is compromised, the future of the state is doomed as corrupted and incapable heads who enter the departments via backdoor appointment can never be a capable captain of the ship and will ultimately sink the ship,” it stated.
The PSAN also appealed ‘all the aspirants to coordinate, cooperate and commit its sense of ownership and responsibility towards the group that fights for all the deserving and rightful aspirants.’

By EMN Updated: Oct 01, 2017 12:01:06 am