From our Staff Correspondent
DIBRUGARH, APRIL 30: “The written examition for appointment of 107 fourth grade employees in Assam Medical College and Hospital (AMCH), scheduled to be held on May 3, should be deferred to another date, keeping in view the written examition for appointment of 175 unskilled labourers in Oil India Limited (OIL) which will also be held on the same date,” demanded the district unit of Sadou Asom Nibanuwa Parishad (SANP).
Joint secretary Pallav Ranjan Sonowal and assistant secretary Ditul Gohain of district committee SANP, in a press communiqué, expressed their apprehension that thousands of candidates who applied for both the posts would be deprived from one of the examition if their demand was ignored. The district SANP also submitted a memorandum to the Deputy Commissioner, MS Manivann and the Principal, AMCH, Prof. Athindra Adhikari with an appeal to take immediate appropriate steps to this effect. The copy of the memorandum was also submitted to the Superintendent and Deputy Superintendent of AMCH.
The district SANP also alleged mass irregularities in the appointment process of 4th grade employees in AMCH.
In another development, more than 200 fourth grade employees gheraoed the administrative building of AMCH on Thursday against non-inclusion of their mes in the published candidates’ list.
“We have been serving the institution from last several years sincerely with a cherished hope that we would get priority in the appointment process, but reason known to AMC authority best for non-inclusion of or me in the candidates list ” they stated.
Alleging mass irregularities in the selection process of candidates, the irate employees demanded an explation for not insertion of their mes in the list.
They sought District Administration’s intervention for resolving the issue.