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NSF demands separate PSC for Jammu

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Feb 18: Alleging discrimination with educated youth of Jammu in respect of recruitment, the National Secular Forum has demanded separate Public Service Commission (PSC) for Jammu.
Addressing media person here today, NSF State president Dr Vikas Sharma drew attention towards big disparity between candidates of Jammu and Kashmir for their selection to the posts of Assistant Professors in different subjects and alleged incompetence of BJP leaders to protect the interests of educated youth of Jammu.
“Out of total posts of 56 of Assistant Professor in EVS, 39 candidates have been selected from Kashmir and 17 candidates from Jammu. In the RBA category out of total of 20 posts, 13 candidates are from Kashmir province while 7 are from Jammu. Similarly out of total posts of 10 of Assistant Professor in BBA, 7 candidates have been selected from Kashmir and 3 from Jammu. . In the RBA category out of total of 6 posts, 5 candidates are from Kashmir province and 1 candidate from Jammu,” he said.
Dr Vikas also informed that out of total posts of 58 of Assistant Professor in Education, 47 candidates have been selected from Kashmir and 11 from Jammu. “In the RBA category out of total of 21 posts 18 candidates are from Kashmir province and 3 candidates have been selected from Jammu. Similarly, out of total 58 posts of Assistant Professor in Commerce, 42 candidates have been selected from Kashmir and 14 from Jammu,” he added.
“In sericulture and Fisheries, all candidates have been selected from Kashmir while in Arabic, out of total 14 posts of Assistant Professor, 11 candidates have been selected from Kashmir and only 3 from Jammu. Further, out of total posts of 34 of Assistant Professor in History, 24 candidates have been selected from Kashmir and 8 candidates have been selected from Jammu,” Vikas informed.
Earlier the Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission had announced results of Mathematics, Physics and English, in which most of the selected candidates were from Kashmir province.
NSF president said that people of Jammu were subjected to immense discrimination at all level by the earlier Governments and their last hope was BJP, which had promised to end discrimination in every sphere. However, he added, all these hopes have been dashed to the ground and the people of Jammu now feel cheated by the BJP. “Under the prevailing circumstances, there is no option other than separate PSC for Jammu so that genuine candidates could be selected,” he said.

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