NNQF clarifies NPSC refutation

DIMAPUR, FEB 17 (NPN) | Publish Date: 2/17/2021 1:36:32 PM IST

Nagaland NET Qualified Forum (NNQF) has denied it had allegedly accused the Nagaland Public Service Commission (NPSC) of withholding posts requisitioned to the Commission but that its statement was “merely a prayer, requesting the early advertisement of the five remaining posts” as and when they are requisitioned to the NPSC.

NNQF was reacting to a statement by secretary NPSC published in local dailies on February 16. The forum clarified that in response to its RTI filed with the DHE secretariat, the department vide RTI NO.HTE/HE/1-15/2013 dated August 19, 2019, had cited that the reason for the five posts being withheld in the first CESE advertisement on November 13,2019 as being under review and examination.

 Further the forum also clarified that some of its members had met with the secretary NPSC at the commission office on February 12, 2021 to inquire into the issue and other related matters. NNQF said it had also submitted a letter to the secretary and a signed copy of which it retained. It said the contents of the letter published were then questioned by the NPSC. It said the commission’s contention that none from the NNQF “has ever contacted the commission on the subject cited above” was “unwelcome and regrettable.”

NNQF also said on further inquiry, it was personally informed by the secretary DHE that the review and examination of the five posts was currently being sorted out and that the posts will be requisitioned to the NPSC as and when completed. NNQF prayed that the concerned authority will take necessary action and bring its appeal “ to fruition at the earliest.”



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