JKUVDA appeals aspirants to boycott PSC exam, threatens to launch statewide agitation

KL News Network

Srinagar

Expressing deep concern about the callous and non-serious attitude towards unemployed Veterinary Doctors, the Unemployed Veterinary Doctors Association (UVDA) has called for boycotting the upcoming Veterinary PSC Exam to be held for 24 Posts on Feb 6, 2017.

In a statement issued to media, President UVDA Dr Ishfaq Ahmad said that recently JKPSC has advertised the Screening Examination for Unemployed Veterinary Doctors in which only 24 posts were mentioned which don’t suffice the job guarantee of more than 750 qualified Veterinarians of the state there by forcing us to boycott this examination.

Dr Ishfaq termed it as failure of government in ensuring job security of qualified professionals. He alleged that false promise have made regularly by the Ministry of Animal and Sheep husbandry Department whereas the successive government has promised to clear the 420 new created posts suggested under file No.ASH/PLAN-670/2007 and more than 200 posts under DPC but have failed miserably.

Further Dr Ahmad added that despite getting time to time assurance from the Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister, nothing has been done so far which clearly indicates how much Govt of J&K is serious about our future besides scores of unemployed PHD and PG holders have crossed the age of upper limit.

The Unemployed Veterinary Doctors Association has called for boycott of the coming PSC Exam and have appealed all the aspiring candidates to support this boycott call until government will not take any positive and favourable step besides threatened to launch state wide agitation in case their demands and issues are not met at an earliest.

Dr Ahmed in his statement revealed that government has increased the intake capacity of veterinary colleges but is not waking up for ensuring job to qualified veterinarians.

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