NSF protests against SSRB for not releasing select lists

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Aug 19: Against the Government’s failure to sop up the selected candidates for the various posts of Jammu, the National Secular Forum (NSF) today staged a protest demonstration in University Campus near  Central Library, here.
Addressing the media persons, Dr Vikas Sharma strongly flayed the SSRB for not releasing the select lists of various posts of Jammu region referred to it during the last two years for recruitment.
He said that even with the process of interviews having been completed 20 months back, the select lists have wrongfully been withheld with respect to various districts of Jammu region.
Questioning the undue delay in the release of lists of Draftsmen, Accounts Assistants, JSA, SA and teachers, Dr Sharma said the interviews for these posts were conducted way back in 2010-11.
He said that unemployed youth of various districts of Jammu region had rightly been agitating against the unexplainable delay in publication of lists by SSRB as their counterparts in Kashmir region had even joined the services pursuant to the release of the select lists of the districts in the Valley.
Castigating the neglect on the part of SSRB in issuance of teachers lists of various Districts of Jammu region which had adversely affected academic activity in various schools across the Jammu region, Sharma claimed that more than 26500 posts of teachers including Masters, Headmasters and Lecturers were vacant in the State and majority of them in the schools of Jammu region.
Dr Sharma further appealed the authorities to fill up the vacancies at an earliest.
Prominent among those present in the protest included Ravi Choudhary, Sukdev Singh, Sunil Kumar, Balveer Kumar, Narinder Singh, Vimal Singh, PP Singh and Ankit Raina.

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