J&KMEGA Applauds PWD (R&B) Deptt For Placement Of Engineers

Srinagar- Jammu and Kashmir Mechanical Engineering Graduates Association (J&KMEGA) has applauded the initiative taken by PWD (R&B) Department regarding the placement of Engineers against the various vacant posts in both Civil and Mechanical wings.

“The PW(R&B) and Mechanical Engineering Department in another historic placement order elevated good number of Engineers both in Civil and Mechanical to fulfill the field demand for better public deliverance and effective work culture for sustainable development of J&K,” said a statement.

Er. Firdous Ahad Bhat (President JKMEGA) while speaking welcomed the decision and expressed hope that Engineering Community will leave no stone unturned in serving the Union Territory of J&K for better public deliverance and services. He thanked Lt. Governor. Manoj Sinha, Advisor PW Department R. R. Batnagar, Principal Secretary PW(R&B) and Mechanical Engineering Department Kumar (IAS), Additional Secretary PW Deptt. (HRM,  Shahid Mehmood and team. He expressed that fraternity is grateful and highly obliged for boosting the Mechanical wing for better service.

The President J&KMEGA appealed that the process of regularization initiated by the PW Deptt. may be accelerated for final results, as the fraternity especially at level of Asstt. Engineer, Asstt. Ex. Engineer and Ex. Engineer are facing adhocism since decades especially in Mechanical Wing.

He also appealed Government for filling of all vacant Junior Engineer (Mechanical) posts on urgent basis as almost more than 250 posts of JE (Mech.) are presently vacant. The early filling of such vacancies by fast track recruitment can bring employment to deserving candidates and also shortfall of ground staff can be eliminated for better development works and timely completion of projects.

He applauded and praised the efforts of Principal Secretary to Govt PW(R&B) and Mechanical Engineering Department Shailendra Kumar (IAS) under whose leadership various historic decisions have been initiated for Engineering community and more importantly for public welfare.

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