STATE TIMES NEWSUDHAMPUR: Social worker Praduman Singh has appealed to the JK UT Govt. to fill up vacant posts in different n departments including educational institutions.According to Singh said that on one hand the Govt motivates children, youth to study and had set up schools, colleges and Universities across the UT but on the other hand much of the educational institutions are facing shortage of teaching and non teaching staff. Singh mentioned thousands of highly qualified youth and PhD degree holders are jobless and want a clear job policy which the Govt has so far failed to bring. Majority of the colleges and several universities running their academics by hiring contractual teaching staff.“The unemployment graph in JK UT is going up at a fast pace,” he said and added that the Jammu University administration has been working by hiring contractual teachers and fail to fill the vacant posts which could have apparently lowered down the unemployment in Jammu. “Govt is making false promises of progress in Jammu and Kashmir hence failed to address the miseries of educated youth.
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