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Unemployed Veterinary doctors demand filling up of vacant post in the state veterinary department

Unemployed veterinary degree holders today demanded the government to fill up the vacant post at the State veterinary and Animals Husbandry department for serving both the department as well as the degree holders’ unemployed doctors.
In a press meet held today at Manipur Press Club, The All Manipur Unemployed Veterinary Doctors’ Association today said that even after knowing that there are over 50 vacant seats in the State Veterinary and  Animals Husbandry department, the government is not taking up any process to fill the vacant post.
“At present there are around 150 qualified veterinary doctors in the state and the government even after knowing that there are over 50 vacant posts no processes has been taken up”, said Th. Chaoba Devi, spokesperson of the Association.

She said that it is over 12 years no recruitment has been made to the state veterinary department, yet they are selecting at least 2 or 3 students as government nominee to study veterinary course to outside the state.
She further added that in May 7, 2011 a memorandum has been submitted to the state government to fill the vacant post. Later, as no response has been made the association against submitted another similar memorandum in April 11 , 2015 and as no response was received , the association having no other option had filed a case to the high court to urging the court for filling up of the post. The court after hearing the plea directed the state government to fill up the post in June, 2015. But till today no process has been taken up to fill the post, she lamented.

Last modified onMonday, 30 November 2015 17:08

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