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NCSCTA appeal govt to regularize service
DIMAPUR, MAY 21 (NPN):
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Published on 22 May. 2011 12:10 AM IST
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The Nagaland Civil Secretariat Contract Typist Association (NCSCTA) has appealed the state government to initiate regularization of services on regular pay scale by applying the same yardstick as used against Stenographers and LDAs in 2008. Office bearers of NCSCTA recalled that they were appointed on contract basis and regular pay scale but that their extension of services was purely on the basis of passing speed test conducted by competent authorities in the year 1994 and 1996. It said that the contract services were extended for those who qualified the test.
NCSCTA said that high powered committee of the home department secretariat administration branch head constituted a selection committee to screen out all the casual/contract stenographers LDAs and Typists serving in Nagaland Civil Secretariat. It said that the selection committee had declared the results whereby 135 LDAs, 53 Stenographers and 110 Typists were selected but demoted from regular scale of pay to fixed pay along with LDAs and Stenographers. Subsequently, the NCSCTA said all the similar situated fixed pay LDAs and Stenographers who faced selection test in the year 2001 were regularised by on May 28, 2008. The NCSCTA said that the Typists were “sidelined and deprived without any justification.”
Stating that similarly situated person should be treated equally, the NCSCTA members said they also rendering services to the department with sincerity and devotion for the last 10 to 20 years.
In this regard, the Typists requested the authorities responsible to consider their case and initiate regularization of services on regular pay scale.the NCSCTA was jointly issued by its president, Tasangchila; secretary, Ketoulhouvinuo; vice president, Lhosheli Swu; joint secretary, Eyingbeni and treasurer, Yarmenla.

 
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