Complimenting the J&K Public Service Commission for ensuring fastest ever selection of 958 Medical Officers, Governor Satya Pal Malik today said fast-tracking recruitments are among the key initiatives of the Governor’s Administration.
He said the reforms initiated by the Government at various levels have started bearing fruit and the results are there for everyone to behold. “In the coming days more reforms would be initiated to expedite socio-economic development of the State and its people,” Governor said and added that by doing away with the cumbersome process of interviews, the Government has facilitated JKPSC to set a new landmark in making selections at a much faster pace.
“I would expect the same pace for the recruitment of faculty for the five new medical colleges by JKPSC and paramedical staff by JKSSB so that these colleges could be made functional at the earliest,” he said and added that JKPSC chairman Latief-uz-Zaman Deva, the Members and the staff of the Commission deserve all appreciation for having made selection of Medical Officers within the shortest possible time.
Meanwhile, Chief Secretary, BVR Subrahmanyam has also hailed the JKPSC for achieving this feat. “We would like same enthusiasm to continue in other selections by JKPSC to overcome the human resource shortage in the key sectors,” he said and added that the Government would provide full support by way of manpower and resources to strengthen the JKPSC and JKSSB so that all the recruitments are made within the set time-frame.
Pertinent to mention that JKPSC today issued the selection list of 958 Medical Officers for which the written test was conducted on 2 December 2018.