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CADN demands recruitment through NPSC

DIMAPUR, JUL 22 (NPN) | Publish Date: 7/22/2020 2:00:11 PM IST

Concerned AYUSH Doctors of Nagaland (CADN) has demanded that the 21 AYUSH posts that were recently created be recruited through NPSC.

Supporting the recent statement of Nagaland Voluntary Consumers’ Organisation (NVCO) that recruiting the post of Gazetted Class-1 officer was not under the purview of the department, the CADN expressed gratitude to NVCO for pointing out the “unfair distribution of marks” for the said post recruitment that gave no chance for the qualified junior doctors.
In this regard, CADN has questioned the health department under what rule did the department relax the age to 45years? 
It also queried in what manner the department was going to hold the exam for the above said post?
CADN further asked why the temporary appointment as advertised on July 16 was changed to engagement on July 17, 2020?
CADN claimed that the present mark distribution was directly affecting the junior doctors and favouring the senior doctors as 90 marks out of 100 marks had been distributed in terms of University marks, experience marks and higher degree marks. It pointed out that university and experience marks alone carry 80 marks, adding that only 10 marks were given for the viva. 
Further, CADN pointed out that “this exam will not fulfil the man power requirement for Covid-19 as the same NHM Doctors who are already working for Covid-19 will get the post for Covid-19”. 
According to CADN, mission director had purportedly stated that in order for increment of salary of the NHM doctors, no new recruitment would be done under NHM after the NHM doctors get recruited into the state service.
After going through the marks distribution and the terms and condition of the exam, CADN has appealed to the government not to conduct the exam unless it was through NPSC.
 

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