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Delegation from Nurses working in Health Department, SSC Junior Assistant aspirants call on LG

Delegation from Nurses working in Health Department, SSC Junior Assistant aspirants call on LG

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Leh: A delegation comprising nurses working in the Health Department led by Tsering Disket called on the Lieutenant Governor of Ladakh, Brigadier (Dr) BD Mishra (Retd) at Lieutenant Governor’s Secretariat.

Secretary to LG, Ravinder Kumar, IAS and Director, Health Services, Ladakh, Dr Motup Dorjey were present in the meeting.

Disket apprised the LG that the seniority list prepared by the department had included nurses transferred from the Medical Education Department, Jammu & Kashmir UT.

She requested the LG that separate seniority lists be created for the Health and Medical Education Department. She also requested an amendment of recruitment rules for Public Health Nurse.

Director, Health Services, Ladakh informed the LG that the department had compiled a common seniority list for Junior and Senior Nurses of the Health Department.

He also informed that the nurses apportioned from the Jammu & Kashmir were also included in the seniority lists comprising their services in Jammu and Kashmir UT.

The LG told them that seniority lists would be prepared according to established rules. He directed Director, Health Services, Ladakh to initiate the process of amending the recruitment rules of Public Health Nurse.

A delegation comprising an aspirant for the Junior Assistant post led by Akbar Ali called on the LG at LG Secretariat. Secretary to LG, Ravinder Kumar, IAS and Secretary, GAD, Ladakh, Michael D Souza, IAS, were present in the meeting.

Ali informed the LG that the results for the Junior Assistant posts had not been declared by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) and requested an early declaration of the results.

Secretary, GAD, Ladakh, Michael D Souza informed the HLG that SSC had advertised 90 posts for Junior Assistants in 2022 and conducted a written examination the same year.

He also informed that SSC had issued shortlisted lists for the typing test, and administration has conducted a typing test in which 42 and 35 candidates were qualified in the first and second phase of the test, respectively. Michael also informed that the list of qualified candidates has been sent to SSC for the final declaration of final results.

The LG told Michael to take up the matter with the concerned authorities to get the results declared on priority.

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