Tuesday, November 29, 2022

NSSB: NSF serves 10-day ultimatum on Nagaland govt

Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) has served a 10-day ultimatum to the State government to fulfil its three-point charter of demands vis-à-vis Nagaland Staff Selection Board (NSSB).
The demands include reduction of the 12.5% marks allotted in viva voce as advertised to 5 % in all categories, installation of CCTV cameras in the interview room to monitor the interview process and for necessary perusal and invitation of NSF representative(s) during the interview process as “observer”.
In a representation to chief secretary, NSF president Kegwayhun Tep said the federation he was happy to note that the preliminary examination for Combined Staff Recruitment Examination 2022 was successfully conducted by NSSB, thus, realising the long-cherished dream of thousands of aspirants in the State to get equal job opportunity and meritocracy in the process of selection to Group-C posts.
Claiming that NSSB had been the culmination of the collective efforts of youth and student community and a strong political will showed by the state government, NSF, however, sought immediate action on the three-point charter of demands in order to ensure fairness and transparency in the examination process.
NSF hoped that the state government would comply with the charter of demands and implement the same within 10 days from the date of the official communiqué.

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