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Govt clears recruitment where written, oral tests completed

Panjim: In what could bring relief to over hundreds of aspirants who had applied for jobs in various government departments last year, the BJP-led coalition government has granted its nod to fill all the posts in the departments that have completed written tests and oral interviews. However, it has cancelled all those posts wherein only advertisements were issued before the ban was imposed in November, 2016.In an office memorandum issued on Tuesday, Additional Secretary (Personnel) Yetindra Maralkar said that in cases where the process of conduct of written examination or computer test of proficiency tests or interview has been carried out, the vacancies as notified in the advertisement, will be permitted to be filled, by following due procedure.“Provided that, in a case of faulty recruitment procedure the de-novo process as per current vacancies available and with revised instructions be followed,” the memorandum adds. The vacancies are those where process were held before November 22, 2016.
Maralkar further said that all vacancies advertised but where written examination or computer test or proficiency tests or interview as applicable have not been undertaken, the process shall be treated as cancelled.Ahead of the February 2017 Assembly elections, the then Laxmikant Parsekar government had imposed a ban on all recruitment in the government sector for smooth implementation of the Seventh Pay Commission.In May, the new government under Manohar Parrikar, lifted the recruitment ban for grant-in-aid institutions, educational institutions, Goa Medical College, Dental College, Institute of Psychiatric and Human Behavior and Directorate of Health Servvices and compassionate appointment under department of personnel and children of freedom fighters in the first phase. [H]

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