Monday, December 5, 2022

NSSB exam 2022 across Nagaland today; NSF hopes for transparency

Staff Reporter

With around 50,000 applicants set to appear for the Nagaland Staff Selection Board (NSSB) on November 11 and 12 for 600 Grade III posts, question papers from Delhi/Hyderabad arrived Dimapur on Thursday by two separate flights.
The first consignment arrived in the afternoon while another one arrived around 9.30 p.m. by a chartered flight. The exam would be conducted in all districts barring Noklak, Shamator and Nuiland.
It was informed that Kohima had the highest number of applicants (18,000), followed by Dimapur with over 16,000 applicants. This will be the first exam to be conducted by NSSB after it was constituted.
Meanwhile, the Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) has expressed hope that the board would maintain fairness and transparency in the process of examination “to ensure that the rightful candidate is appointed for the right post/job.”
In a press release, NSF secretary education Medovi Rhi and secretary social & culture Benjong Longchar said that the NSSB examination, slated to be conducted at various exam centers across the state, has realized the long-cherished dream of thousands of aspirants to equal job opportunity and meritocracy in the process of selection to Group-C posts.
The federation has conveyed best wishes to all the candidates. NSF also expressed optimism that the NSSB would produce efficient and capable employees, who would bring about positive transformation in the working system of the government.

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