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JCILPS warns serious consequences if the last date for contract staff recruitment at Kolkata Bhavan is not extended

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, Nov 21,

While expressing serious concern to the procedure for appointment of some contract staffs at Kokotta Bhavan  with intention to exclude the indigenous Manipuri people from applying for the post JCILPS in a statement said that the last date for appointment of the post should be extended.

The way the notification was issued showed  for appointment of contract employees at Manipur Bhavan Kolkatta seems to be shrewdly designed to appoint some selected candidates whomever the authority desires to appoint. Appointing someone at the choice of the officer concerns is nothing but an attempt to foil the Chief Minister N. Biren Singh promises to root out corruption from the state.

The notification was however issued without making any technical error, but the fact is that it was notified on November 6, 2018 and the last date for filing is November 12, 2018. But the way it was notified showed that, the appointing authority have some agenda as the following 5 days remained holiday and last date for submission of the application was notified on Nov. 12 , that is the candidates gets only 1 day for submission of application.

The notification issued by the Deputy resident Commissioner, Manipur Bhavan Kolkata , SM Devi Roy was for appointment of one LDC/Office Asst/Receptionist, 2 number of drivers , 1 Multi Tasking Staff and 2 sweepers.

Over 7 lakhs unemployed youths have been registered in the Employment Exchange office of the state government. And the way the notification for employment of 4 contract staffs for Manipur Bhavan Kolkata showed a shrewd plan to chose applicant at will or perhaps a plan to make others who wanted to apply for the posts missed it. This is perhaps some kind of circumstances to proof that government is not committed enough to root out corruption but rather encouraging it in a shrewd manner.  

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