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NSF reiterates its stand to ban recruitment of jobs

by Guru Aribam Naocha
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Kohima, Jan. 11:

The Naga Students’ Federation in a press release, reiterated its earlier stand to ban the proposed departmental exams for recruitment to various Group C posts under department of Public Health Engineering Department, Government of Nagaland scheduled to be held on 13th January 2021. 
The statement released by NSF further states, “ The federation in good conscience cannot allow for the proposed exam to take place as it is convinced that the proposed departmental exam undermines the very principle of meritocracy which the federation has been staunchly advocating for the last many years. Further, it defeats the very principle of providing a level playing field to everyone aspiring to serve the state government as a Group C employee by constituting the NSSB. 
In light of the above, the federation is constraint to warn the department concern that if any actions in defiance of the above stated stand of the federation are initiated, the officials of the department shall be held solely responsible for any unwanted consequences thereafter.”
The federation appeals to all the aspiring candidates to cooperate with the federation and abstain themselves from the proposed departmental examination in its collective bid to uphold and protect the future of the youths and students community of Nagaland.
The federation appreciates the Chief Minister of Nagaland Neiphiu Rio and his cabinet colleagues for the sincere efforts been put into to ensure that reservation policy of the state is completely revamped and rationalised. However, the exercise been undertaken needs to completed in a time bound manner and an amicable solution to the issue of ‘reservation and reservation policies’  which has been stalling the NSSB needs to brought out before the 15th of February 2021, it added.
The NSF threatens to take up actions in conformity with the democratic principles in order to ensure that aspirations of the youth and students community of the state if upheld. 

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