Paramedical aspirants allege delay in admission process, stage protest

Paramedical aspirants during a protest on Wednesday. —Excelsior/Shakeel
Paramedical aspirants during a protest on Wednesday. —Excelsior/Shakeel

Excelsior Correspondent
Srinagar, Jan 27: The aspirants of various paramedical courses at AMT School Srinagar today demanded the completion of admission process which they said is taking more time than expected.
Scores of such aspirants held a protest demonstration at the press enclave and said that the authorities of the AMT School are playing with their career as they have already lost one academic year.
The candidates said that they have submitted their forms in February last year and the tentative selection list came out after 8 months in October.
“It has been clearly written in the tentative selection list that was issued, that the admission process will be started within 15 days of the publishing of the list, it is still nowhere to be found,” Iqra Fayaz an aspirant from Srinagar said.
She said that there are a total of 420 such aspirants who are awaiting the admission process of kick-start and who have been tentatively selected for various paramedical courses at the School as per merit.
“The final selection list is pending despite clear direction and at the same time, the admission process has also not been started by the authorities despite a passage of 4 months,” the aspirants said.
They said that their one precious year of academic career has been wasted due to the callousness of the AMT School authorities.
“We went to the concerned but nothing has been done. We even went to the Principal GMC, Srinagar, she in return misbehaved with us and said that she cannot do anything for them,” they said.