JKSSB Chairman 2nd Interview On APTECH Ban

Vedio At End  SRINAGAR: As the protests over hiring of a previously blacklisted company for conducting recruitment examinations gained momentum, the Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) chairman Rajesh Sharma on Friday assured the aspirants that there will be no compromise on transparency and merit.

Calling the protests a malicious campaign to disrupt boards functioning, JKSSB chairman urged the aspirants to continue preparing for their exams and not to pay heed to the rumour mongers.

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Board is very well aware of your concerns and we ensure you that there will be no compromise on transparency and merit. Focus on your studies and ignore these useless protests,” Sharma said while addressing a press conference at Jammu.

He further said that the Aptech company is not blacklisted as of date, though it was blacklisted in 2019 for three years and that term expired in 2022, adding, “In accordance to the rules provided in General Financial Rules 2017 of GoI to deal with blacklisting the Aptech company has served its term,” Rajesh Sharma said.

Adding further, Rajesh Sharma said that the agency is already conducting various important exams in other states of the country.

JKSSB Chairman 2nd Interview On APTECH Ban

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