Srinagar, July 17, CNS: Job aspirants who have applied for different posts under Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyaan (RMSA) Monday while seeking the intervention of Minister for Education Syed Altaf Bukhari appealed him to conduct a free and fair interview for these posts.
RMSA scheme was launched in the State of Jammu & Kashmir in 2009 with the objective to enhance access to secondary education and to improve its quality.
The job aspirants who appeared here press enclave Srinagar said that they applied for different posts advertised by the Department of Education under RMSA scheme last year. “The interview process was postponed without our prior knowledge and since then we have been smelling something foul. We have been feeling as influential ‘usurpers’ want to deprive us from getting the jobs,” the job aspirants told news agency CNS.
They said that the department neither provided us information about the postponement of the interviews nor the officials are ready to inform us about the new dates for such interview.
“We humbly appeal to Education Minister to look into the matter. Our request to the concerned Minister is to conduct these interviews freely and fairly. We appeal him to direct the department to inform the candidates through a formal notice about the date of interview,” they said.
When contacted Minister for Education Syed Altaf Bukhari said that interview process will be conducted in a fair manner. “Job aspirants need not to worry. Everything will be done in an open and fair manner,” he said. (CNS)