SRINAGAR: B R Sharma, Chairman, Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission, on Friday met Lieutenant Governor, Girish Chandra Murmu at the Raj Bhavan in Srinagar.
The Chairman discussed with the Lt Governor about various important issues pertaining to the functioning of the J&K PSC.
He briefed the Lt Governor about the road map being prepared for the conduct of various examinations and interviews including J&K Administrative Services, besides expediting recruitment process for the vacant posts.
The Lt Governor emphasized the high importance for making continuous improvements in the functioning of the Commission to maintain unimpeachable standards.
He asked the Chairman to ensure timely conduct of examinations and interviews and selection of candidates with greater transparency and efficiency.
Meanwhile, Chief Postmaster General, J&K, Manju Kumar also met the Lieutenant Governor, Girish Chandra Murmu at the Raj Bhavan.
The Chief Postmaster General briefed the Lt Governor about the functioning of the Postal Department in the UT and the developments being made in order to improve the delivery system to ensure against any delay.
They also discussed the services being provided under the Indian Postal Bank.
The Lt Governor stressed the need to take all requisite measures to improve the postal services in J&K, with special focus on far-flung and remote areas, to benefit the people at large.
It was impressed upon the Chief Postmaster General to increase banking activities in far-flung areas where the postal network is available.