Nagalim: Student’s Federation Asks Department For Clarification On Job Recruitment
The Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) has asked for clarification from the department of social welfare relating to “anomalies and lack of transparency”, which means thousands of unemployed educated Naga youth missed out on open recruitment.
Below is an article published by the Nagaland Post:
Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) has submitted a representation to the commissioner & secretary, department of social welfare pointing out “anomalies and lack of transparency” in the department.
In the representation signed by NSF vice president Joseph Ngouri and general secretary Esther Rhakho, NSF said that the directorate of social welfare on May 3, 2013, through an office notification has sent 2 posts of CDPO, 1 post each of probation officer, research officer, chief instructor, superintendent, matron, 18 posts of supervisor, 2 posts of care taker and again 12 posts of LDA through another office notification on July 10, 2013.
NSF said it was learnt that Nagaland Public Service Commission (NPSC) has received only 2 posts of CDPO so far for open recruitment till date from the social welfare department.
The federation has alleged that such anomalies and lack of transparency has been most “discouraging and demoralizing” when thousands of educated unemployed Naga youths were craving for job opportunities. This has also denied the legitimate rights and opportunities of the aspiring candidates, said NSF.
The federation has appealed the commissioner & secretary to immediately send the remaining vacant posts for requisition to NPSC, failing which NSF would initiate appropriate course of action so as to deliver justice to the educated unemployed youth.