JAMMU, DECEMBER 13: Advisor to Governor, K Vijay Kumar today interacted with the people and listened to their issues, problems during his weekly public hearing programme here at Banquet Hall.
Several public and employees’ delegations and individuals hailing from different parts of the state registered their grievances and sought early redressal.
All J&K Govt. Pharmacist Association apprised the Advisor about their issues and requested for passing necessary directions to the concerned to clear all pending DPC cases.
A delegation of un-employed Post Graduate Ayurvedic Doctors sought advertisement for the vacant posts of AYUSH doctors.
Representatives of State Forest Service requested for expediting the process of induction to Indian Forest Service (IFS).
A delegation of Wireless Operators called for considering regularization of their services. Meanwhile, Contractual/Casual workers working in the Forest, YS&S, Health and other departments and Migrant workers also requested the Advisor for considering their services for regularization.
NIN NEWS SERVICE | Srinagar, DEC. 03: One person died while nine others were injured in different road accidents in the valley.
In Budgam, one TATA Mobile bearing registration number JK03A-6331 hit a pedestrian Mohammad Yousuf Bhat resident of Chattergam at Doniwara in the jurisdiction of Police Station Chadoora Budgam, resulting in his on spot death. After completion of all medico legal formalities, the body of the deceased was handed over to his relatives for last rites.
Jammu,Feb 6:Minister of State for Education Priya Sethi, while replying on behalf of Minister for GAD, informed the House that 21,490 selections have been made in various government departments by the recruitment agencies during the last two years.
Responding to a question of Qaiser Jamshed Lone, the Minister informed that 132 selections have been made in various autonomous bodies under the administrative control of the departments.
Intervening during the reply, Minister for Agriculture Ghulam Nabi Lone Hanjura said the recruitments were made in a highly transparent manner by the recruitment agencies.
Priya Sethi further informed that the recruitment for gazetted posts is made by JKPSC while as non-gazetted recruitments are made by JKSSB.
She said that to further increase the transparency in the recruitment process, the government is actively considering the appropriate amendment in the relevant rules to provide for discontinuation of interviews for various direct recruitment posts carrying a grade pay up to Rs. 2,800. “Recently, in order to speed up the recruitment process, the interviews have been dispensed with by the JKSSB in respect of 4,458 posts referred to it by various departments including School Education Department,” she added.
She further informed that the selections for the posts of sub-inspectors and constables in the Police Department are made by the Police Recruitment Board through a Transparent and technology-driven recruitment and inter-alia envisages conduct of Physical Endurance Tests (PET) Physical Standard Test (PST), written test and viva-voce test.
Legislators Ghulam Nabi Monga and Firdous Ahmad Tak also raised supplementary questions to the main question.
Replying to a separate question of Vibod Gupta, Hanjura informed that 3,290 selections have been made by JKPSC from January 2015 to December 2017.
He further said that JKPSC recommends appointment of candidates against State Cadre gazetted posts.
NIN NEWS SERVICE | Srinagar 24 November: Three bodies were recovered from three separate places across the valley.
Srinagar police recovered a male body identified as Gurmeet Singh son of Omkar Singh resident of Deedarpora Handwara working as follower in J&K Police posted in DPL Srinagar at Alochibagh. After completion of medico-legal formalities police handed over the body of deceased to his relatives for last rites. Police has initiated inquest proceedings under section 174 CrPC to ascertain the cause of his death.
RAJNI SHARMA //
The recent militancy attacks in the Kashmir valley are a matter of grave concern for the whole nation .The way, a young police officer was stripped to death, that too in front of a mosque- which are considered a better place of shelter for strangers, is really a shocking news for all the humanity. It shows that govt. have lost control over law and order. The state has been pushed into such a situation, where the guards are themselves not safe.
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