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Start recruitment process at the earliest: RPP to NSSB

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DIMAPUR, MAY 10: After the Kohima Bench of Guwahati High Court disposed off the PIL on setting up of Nagaland Staff Selection Board (NSSB) on May 9 (as reported first in Nagaland Page), the Rising People’s Party has requested the NSSB to start recruitment process at the earliest.
“After numerous hearings and delay tactics of the State Government, the Hon’ble Judges finally saved the day for the student community. This victory is a victory for the student community and credit for it goes to the NSF, PSAN, ENSF and others such as ACAUT in the initial years”, the party said in a press release.
The RPP claimed that though the case could have been disposed off as early as November 2021, “the delay tactics of the Government Advocates ensured otherwise, and many students crossed the age limit, unfortunately”. It, therefore, demanded that age relaxation be considered since it was the UDA coalition which created the problem in the first place, including creating delay tactics during the hearing period.
On its part, the RPP said if it comes to power “it will ensure that interview in NSSB exams is done away with in order to curb nepotism and favouritism”.
“Only the written marks will be considered for the final merit list”, it stated.
(Page News Service)