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NSUI, LLRPO appeal for free and fair interview
Published on 15 Apr. 2011 12:00 AM IST
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The oral interview for teachers to be held on April 15 should be conducted in a free and fair manner without any political interference or pressure, stated NSUI and LLPRO.
NSUI in a press release said since 2009 many have retired from various posts under different departments including teaching staff, however it went on to add that many departments are yet to come out with exact number and advertise vacant posts.
Stating that unless recruitment process and interviews are conducted without any pressure, NSUI, Jacob Mero president observed there would be no bogus teachers in near future. NSUI said recruitment authorities should conduct in an unbiased manner to ensure the deserving candidates are recruited for the betterment of the society.
Meanwhile, Lotha Lower Range Public Organization (LLRPO) has appealed to villagers to conduct free and fair election at the ongoing village council chairman election. LLRPO also appealed to villages under its jurisdiction to use village funds judiciously in the interest of the village community for development.

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