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NPCC demands transparency in appointments
Published on 15 Nov. 2009 12:50 AM IST
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Following the Supreme Court directive to Nagaland government not to issue further orders in connection with the retirement bill till the next hearing listed for January 19, 2010, the NPCC has demanded that all cases of resultant vacancies, appointments should not be effected till such time the case was disposed off by the apex court. The NPCC through its general secretary, Asu Keyho also demanded that in the event of retirement of government employees on superannuation, the Nagaland government should see that all resultant appointments likely to be effected should be done through transparent and fair means and ensure to give equal opportunities to all educated Naga youths. NPCC suggested that all posts falling within the purview of the NPSC should be selected through the same recruiting agency and not otherwise. It also suggested that all adhoc and contract employees who have completed five years and above should be regularized against the resultant vacancies. The NPCC said the recruitment of all clear posts of Grade-III staff should be conducted through non-partial government interview boards. It further suggested that appointment of all Grade-IV staff should be done through departmental interview board and provisions of certain percentage for promotion and regularization of work-charge employees set aside by the departments should be strictly adhered to. The NPCC urged for fully implementing the 25% job reservation for Eastern Nagas of Nagaland and reservation for other backward Naga tribes.

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