Nagaland NET Qualified Forum urges NPSC to advertise 5 remaining posts
Dimapur, Feb.21 (EMN): The Nagaland NET Qualified Forum (NNQF) has urged the Nagaland Public Service Commission (NPSC) to advertise five posts that were withheld in the first Common Educational Service Examination (CESE) notice.
In a press release issued on Friday, NNQF also requested the authorities to accommodate all the candidates in regard to the CESE application in view of the technical glitches faced.
While lauding the NPSC for heeding to its long-standing appeal to advertise the posts of assistant professor and librarian, the NNQF stated that 105 posts have been advertised till date out of the total 110 posts. It was mentioned in an RTI that the reason for withholding the five remaining posts in the first CESE advertisement was “under review and examination”, it added.
The forum, therefore, requested the NPSC to advertise the five pending posts, stating that reviewing and examination” of the same must have been completed by now.
It went on to state that many candidates are facing problem with the online mode of registration and application for the CESE due to technical glitches, because of which many are apprehensive if they can fill the applications during the February 5-26 window. So, it has appealed to the NPSC to ensure that all candidates applying for the exam are accommodated.