Aspirants Smell Foul In Recruitment Of Registrars At GMC Srinagar

Srinagar- Aspirants who filled applications for the post of Registrars/Demonstrators at Government Medical College Srinagar allege extension given by the concerned authorities to fill the application is to buy time.

The aspirants also allege that the “dilly delaying tactics” are aimed at making the ineligible candidates eligible.

Pertinently, the Government Medical College Srinagar on 19th May, 2022. Vide Advertisement no.192 of 2022 had invited applications for the posts of Registrar/Demonstrator on tenure basis in various disciplines.

“Candidates interested in applying for Medical College, Srinagar Registrar/Demonstrators posts at Government should download the respective application form Government Medical College, from the GMC website between 23-05-2022 to 30-06-2022” The notice stated, a copy of which lies with Kashmir Observer.

Later, on 28th July, 2022 The Government Medical College issued an “Extension Notice” citing poor response from the aspirants.

“Due to poor response to this office Advertisement Notice No. 192 of 2022 Dated. 19-05-2022 the date for submission of application invited for Registrar/Demonstrator posts in the various disciplines of Government Medical College and Super Specialty Hospital, Srinagar is hereby extended Up to 31st August 2022” the notice states, a copy of which also lies with Kashmir Observer.

Responding to the allegations, The Principal Government Medical College, Srinagar Dr Samia Rashid rubbished the allegations as baseless.

“The only reason the extension notice has been issued is that there has been a poor response to the posts advertised” Dr Samia said speaking to Kashmir Observer.

“The eligibility for the post of Registrar is to have post-graduation degree, exams of our post-graduation students are starting from yesterday and we are not waiting for them” she added.

“The participation of more eligible candidates makes the recruitment better”.

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Syed Mohammad Burhan

Syed Mohammad Burhan has Masters in Mass Communications and works as City Reporter at Kashmir Observer. He tweets @syedmohammad313

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