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Job reservation for BTs
NPN: Dimapur, 04 Aug 2008
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Published on 5 Aug. 2008 12:27 AM IST
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In supercession to the government’s orders dated March 24, 1994 and August 2001, 18, Nagaland Government has announced job reservation for nine backward tribes of Nagaland state, informed an official bulletin.
A notification issued by the Personnel & Administrative Reforms Department said, 25% of all categories of both Gazetted and Non-Gazetted posts under the state government shall be reserved for the persons belonging to the 6 (six) tribes of four districts of Mon, Tuensang, Kiphire and Longleng, i.e., Chang, Khiamniungan, Konyak, Phom, Sangtam and Yimchunger.
The balance 8% (eight) of all categories both Gazetted and Non-Gazetted posts out of 33% reservation for the 9 (nine) backward tribes, will be reserved for the tribes of Chakhesang, Pochury and Zeliang. For implementation of the reservation 200 point rosters also with revised instruction on operating the rosters, one each for Non-Gazetted and Gazetted (both technical and non-technical post) are introduced with immediate effect.
The revised instructions on operating the rosters had been circulated to all departments and offices under the government of Nagaland.The notification directed all concerned departments and offices to conform to the new roster system in all matters of appointment. It also said all departments should maintain a separate register for effective implementation of reservation.
Further departments have been asked to submit quarterly reports to the P&AR Department and the Department of Under Developed Areas (DUDA) of the implementations of the policy.
In case of any difficultly in implementing the provision of the revised reservation policy, the departments may refer the case to the P&AR Department with relevant records, the bulletin added.

 
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