Aspirants raise Voice, JKPSC Plays With Their Career, Demanding to reconsider the withdrawal of posts, Says Aspirants for Assistant Professor Posts

Srinagar, 08 February (CNI): Jammu Kashmir Public Service Commission withdrawal of notifications of Assistant professor posts in various departments of higher education, put the career of thousands of aspirants at stake, and students raise their voices demanding justice.

According to Current News of India (CNI), thousands of aspirants filled out the form for Assistant Professor Posts in various higher education departments, but the repeated withdrawal of said notifications put the lives of thousands of Students at stake.

As per the details available with Current News of India (CNI), thousands of Students applied for the posts of assistant professor in 2017 vide notification no: 10- PSC (DR-P) of 2017 (dated 27/10/2017).

“After four years, JKPSC withdrew the positions of few branches, putting the career of thousands of aspirants at stake as many of the aspirants turned overage during those 4 years. While interview in various branches was held in 2018 only and were recruited”.

Then JKPSC readvertised the same posts in 2022 vide notification no: 13-PSC (DR-P) of 2022 (Dated: 25/05/2022). JKPSC again withdraw the same posts vide notification no: 03-PSC (DR-P) of 2023 (Dated: 01/02/2023).

The details further read that JKPSC and Higher Education have been playing with the career of the aspirants for the past six years who finished their Net/PhD, Postdoc degree in 2014 to 2016 is grave concerning.

Aspiring students told Current News of India (CNI) that the repeated readvertising of the same notification not only wastes the time of the aspirants, who are about to turn overage but also decreases the chances of the aspirants to get select by keeping the door open for the students who have just completed the PhD.

Additionally, even if JKPSC is doing this to change the statutes of selection (want to include a written test in the selection procedure), they should only change the selection statutes and should not withdraw the notification.

However, The aspirants who have applied for various posts in Higher Education Department have appealed to the Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor (LG) to reconsider the decision over the withdrawal of posts from the J&K Public Service Commission. (CNI)

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