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Abide by P&AR rules: CTAN appeals to Govt.

Nagaland News

DIMAPUR, NOVEMBER 18: The Combined Technical Association of Nagaland (CTAN) today appealed to the concerned authority to be bound by the P&AR rules and not come up with unnecessary special drive recruitment in the already confused NPSC.
A release issued by its media cell stated that appointments made on contract/engagement basis are purely on temporary basis.
Contractual appointments are meant for one year service to fill the gap of those posts in Departments which are vacated due to promotions/retirements/deaths, etc. so as to keep the office functioning until the time when those vacancies are being requisitioned, advertised and examinations are conducted through NPSC for those vacancies, it said.
The Association pointed out that the appointment letters/offer letters given to those contract employees clearly mentions about their temporary status for just one year.
“Therefore, in this regard the contract service and the work experience cannot be used as an extra ordinary provision for people on contract and depriving the rest of the aspirants”, the CTAN stated.
Out of the many Departments in Nagaland, every Department is bound to be limited within the P&AR rules laid down for NPSC and there is no existing rule which says, “extra marks or bonus” for people on contract basis, it said.
(Page News Service)