State Times NewsJAMMU: Research scholar, Praduman Singh expressed resentment against the government for having no concrete policy for the educated unemployed youth of J&K.In a statement issued here, Praduman Singh said that on one hand the government motivates children, youth to study and had set up schools, colleges and universities across the UT and on the other hand the same educational institutions face a shortage of teaching and non teaching staff.“The government is playing with the careers of the youth of Jammu and Kashmir,” he asserted.Singh mentioned there are thousands of highly qualified youth and PhD degree holders are jobless and want a clear job policy which the government has so far failed to bring. Majority of the colleges and several universities run their academics by hiring contractual teaching staff despite being a government recognised institute. This system is adding more difficulties to the students who are already facing severe problems, he added.
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