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Open discussion on MPSC recruitment held

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A one day discussion programme on “safeguarding Indigenous People Interests in MPSC Recruitment Process” was held today at MIMS Hall, Manipur University. The open discussion was organised by Joint Student Coordination Committee (JSCC), (AMSU, KSA, MSF, SUK).  Several resource Persons including  Khaidem Mani( senior advocate, High Court Manipur), Dr Th Suresh(Ex. Director, Department of Health, Govt. of Manipur),Dr N Somorendro(Asst. Prof. Manipur College),Dr K Indramani Singh (Political Sc. Deptt.D.M.College of Arts, Imphal) attended as a Panelists. The session was moderated by Ahongsangbam Mobi (President, Editor Guild).
Panelist Dr. K Indramani of DM Arts said that the recent notification for recruitment of Civil Services by the Manipur Public Service Commission had shown that the commission seems to have no interest to protect the indigenous people of the state. He said when state like Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim etc. can enlists domicile as criteria for eligibility why cannot the MPSC put the same. He further said that there are also various irregularities to the recruitment process conducted by Manipur Public Service Commission.
“Sometime the MPSC conducted written test and viva voce for recruiting college teacher and at the other time the MPSC only conducts viva voce for recruiting the same”, he said and further added the MPSC is not following any guidelines in recruitment process. They are acting on their own will.   
Speaking on the occasion Dr. N. Somorendro, Asst. Prof. Manipur University briefly deliberated on the role of Civil service in India. He said the recent notification by the MPSC to conduct recruitment process has showed that when the people of the state and its government are working out all possible means to protect the indigenous people of the state, the MPSC is inviting outsiders to serve in the state. He said that this is not the first time, there has never been any eligibility criteria mentioned to safeguard the indigenous people in the recruitment test conducted by the MPSC.
“The matter comes to light after the form submission has been allowed on line. As the eligibility criteria says that any citizen of India can apply many from across the country had apply for the recruitment test. “It is shocking that out of the 40,000 candidates submitted for the recruitment test 19,000 are from outside the state,” he added.

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