GAMir Slams Six Days Notice For JKAS 2021 Main Exam
Srinagar April 3: (KNS) Chairman of the Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC), Ghulam Ahmad Mir, on Sunday slammed six days’ notice for the JKAS main review.
Mir calls JKPSC’s six-day notice a flagrant violation of JKPSC’s business and procedural rules and has called for immediate corrective action.
In a statement, JKPCC Chairman Ghulam Ahmad Mir said the JKPSC cannot be biased and ruin the careers of JKAS candidates by breaking the rules.
Mir said that conducting JKPSC networks at short notice is tantamount to ruining aspirants’ careers, which shouldn’t happen.
Mir said that HC would have ordered PSC to include six students in the main exam, subsequently the main exams were postponed indefinitely via a notice published on March 9, 2022, then HC rejected the petition on April 1, but the JKPCC came out with a new leaf date and admit cards within hours of HC’s decision, which is quite amazing.
Adding that there are various preferences to give at least 30 days notice, in addition to any job aspirant must be given 15 days notice for leave of more than three days which has also not been followed. by the JKPSC.
Mir said that a large number of aspirants are currently working in different states of the country, how can they manage their travel schedule and other immediate issues concerning them, in addition there are various other aspirants who belong to regions away from J&K even their connectivity issues were not taken care of.
Mir said that the attitude of the JKPSC is indeed a matter of serious concern for JKAS aspirants, urging him to reschedule the exams with enough time for aspirants to prepare for the exams. (KNS)