STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Jagti Tenement Committee (JTC) and Soan Kashmir Front (SKF) J&K demanded additional 2000 class-IV posts for providing an opportunity of employment to educated unemployed migrant youth. In a meeting held here on Thursday, Shadi Lal Pandita, President JTC and SKF said that educated youth, having applied for different posts advertised by services recruitment board, had been selected against different posts while various others are deprived of the same because of lack of merit. “Since one incumbent is likely to join against one post only, as such the Services Selection Board is requested to readvertise available posts soon after the selected incumbents join against the posts of their choice for affording an opportunity to left-out incumbents,” he said. Pandita also demanded advertising remaining posts under Prime Minister’s package announced long back in 2008 for affording an opportunity of employment to educated migrant youth. He said that a year ago, class-IV posts were advertised by Relief Organisation (M) Jammu and a number of eligible incumbents applied for their appointment but surprisingly despite lapse of more than a year, neither interviews have been conducted nor any engagement order of deserving incumbents has been issued. He demanded immediate review of applications submitted by the incumbents for their engagement as class-IV besides conducting interviews and issuance of appointment orders in favour of selected candidates. Pandita said that various migrant families have been benefited as various educated youth from such families have been appointed in different departments while many others remained ignored and deprived of employment opportunity. He further demanded that out of remaining posts of Prime Minister’s employment package, a member from each migrant family, having none of its members employed under Prime Minister’s package, may kindly be provided job.
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