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ENSF representation to CM of Nagaland

By Nagaland Post | Publish Date: 10/27/2020 1:24:54 PM IST

 Hon’ble Sir,

With outmost respect and humble submission, the undersigned on behalf of the Eastern Naga Student’s Federation (ENSF) would like to submit this representation for your kind positive consideration and necessary perusal thereof.

That Sir, 25% Job Reservation for the six Backward Tribes of Eastern Nagaland was notified in the year 2008 after many hues and cries and objection from different sections of the society. Nevertheless, with your blessing as the then Chief Minister of Nagaland, 25% was bifurcated out of 37% Job Reservation for the Six Backward Tribes of Eastern Nagaland. However, 25% job reservation was not implemented/followed in letter and in spirit by the Nagaland Public Service Commission.

1)  The non implementation/fulfilment of  P&AR office memorandum NO. RCBT-5/87 (Pt-II), Dated, Kohima, the 2nd September, 2008, Supersession notification No. RCBT-5/87 (Pt), dated 14th April, 2011 and the partial modification of the office memorandum NO. RCBT-5/87 (Pt-II) Dated, Kohima, the 4th September, 2015 in letter and in spirit.

 A) That Sir, the Office Memorandum NO. RCBT-5/87 (Pt-II), 2008 of the P&AR, Supersession notification No. RCBT-5/87 (Pt), dated 14th April, 2011 and the partial modification of the O.M. No. RCBT-5/87 (Pt) 2015 was not implemented/followed according to the O.M/Notification on operating the Roster system and ban on de-reservation of vacancies. If no candidate is available from Six Backward Tribe’s for filling up the earmarked post, the concern authority should strictly implement/followed as per the office memorandum of 2015. We are also aware of non availability of qualified candidates from the six Backward Tribes in some post. However, without following O.M/Notification 2008 and 2011, there are many instances where the Six Backward Tribe of Eastern Nagaland in the roster point were denied the benefit and preferred some other candidates superseding the Eastern candidates by 5-6 points of roster system. According to the O.M/Notification of 2008 and 2011, it clearly states that “If no candidate is available from a particular BT whose turn has come on the roster, the benefit may be extended to the next Backward Tribe as indicated in the relevant roster. However, this benefit will be extended to the same tribe in the subsequent recruitment year”. In this regard, the Federation have detected many anomalies in the Combined Technical Services as per the information received from NPSC through RTI. It has also come to the knowledge of the Federation that the Commission have denied many technical posts reserved for the Six Backward Tribes of Eastern Nagaland and to the minimum calculation, the Eastern Nagas were denied Sixty (60) Combined Technical Services posts and we demand for the compensation of those denied posts.

(B) In addition to the anomalies detected in CTSE, we have also detected some irregularities in Combine Educational Services, whereby the O.M NO. RCBT-5/87 (Pt), 2008, Supersession notification No. RCBT-5/87 (Pt), dated 14th April, 2011 and the partial modification of the O.M. NO. RCBT-5/87 (Pt), 2015 and the roster point formulated by P&AR was not implemented in toto. We are also aware of the non availability of suitable candidates in some post. However the concern authority should not manipulate the ‘roster system’ and deny the rights of the six Backward Tribes of Eastern Nagaland without strictly following the O.M/Notification of 2008, 2011 and 2015. It clearly states that “if no candidate is available from a particular BT whose turn has come on the roster, the benefit may be extended to the next Backward Tribe as indicated in the relevant roster. However, this benefit will be extended to the same tribe in the subsequent recruitment year”. The Federation have detected many anomalies in the Combined Educational Services as per the information received from NPSC through RTI and to the minimum calculation, Thirty (30) posts in Combined Educational Services were denied/manipulated and we demand for the compensation of those denied posts.

(C) It is also to be noted that the Federation have detected some anomalies even in the NCS/NPS/NSS and Allied Services examination and found out that there are some posts which were denied to the candidate of Eastern Nagaland by the concerned Authority and for that matter the Federation demand for the denied posts.

2) The resigned post from BT quota of Six Backward Tribes of Eastern Nagaland should be permanently reserved for the particular tribe.

That Sir, the Federation demands that those post which are resigned after availing from Six BT quota of a particular tribe should be kept as ‘reserved post’ for the particular tribe only. In this regard, we would like to appeal your authority for thorough cognizance on the matter. (for instance, a candidate holding the post of Inspector of any department or Secretariat Assistant etc. resigned from their present post after qualified in the higher post, such resigned post are again re-advertise by the commission adding to the total number of general vacancies). The matter of the fact is that such resigned post is send back to general category and that particular tribe lose the quota ‘reserved for the tribe’. Therefore, the Federation would like to demand for the resigned post as permanently reserved for that particular tribe in order to maintain employment justice and equality to the Six BT quota reservation.

3) The declaration of the final result along with written and viva voce marks obtained.

That Sir, in order to maintain transparency in selection of candidates while declaring results, the Federation is of the opinion that the marks obtained in the written examination as well as marks obtained through viva voce should be published in local dallies/public domain. In this matter, we would like to appeal your esteemed authority to kindly instruct/direct the Nagaland Public Service Commission to declare the final result with written as well as oral marks obtained.

4) The qualification criteria of the Board Members and Chairman of NPSC.

That Sir, with regard to the qualification criteria of the Board Members and Chairman of NPSC, the Federation would like to demand for reconsideration of the Post Graduate Degree 

holder to Graduate Degree holder particularly for the Six Backward Tribes of Eastern Nagaland. The Federation placed this demand before your esteemed authority, as you are well aware of the poor condition of the Eastern Nagas in all aspects.

Therefore, the Eastern Naga Student’s Federation (ENSF) would like to place the above mention genuine demands before your esteemed authority in the interest of Employment Justice & Equality and to improve the poor, employment condition of Eastern Nagas for which we request your good office for positive response and consideration at the earliest.

Sepili L Sangtam President ENSF and Khomo P Assistant Gen. Secretary

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