CTAN serves ultimatum to Nagaland govt

DIMAPUR, JANUARY 12 (MExN): The Combined Technical Association of Nagaland (CTAN) has served an ultimatum to the Nagaland State Government to act on their earlier appeals for requisition of certain posts to the Nagaland Public Service Commission (NPSC).


The ultimatum was served in a joint statement from the Civil Engineers Association of Nagaland (CEAN), Association of Electronics and Communication Engineers of Nagaland (AECEN); Association of Mechanical Engineers of Nagaland (AMEN); Forestry Graduates Association of Nagaland (FGAN); Horticulture Graduates of Nagaland (HGN), Agriculture Students Association of Nagaland (ASAN), and Graduates Electrical Engineers Association of Nagaland (GEEAN)


The statement reminded that the letters for requisition of posts to the NPSC were sent to the Directorate of Horticulture, Information Technology and Communication, Soil and Water Conservation, Department of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, and the Department of Power.


The organizations demanded that the department secretaries immediately forward the requisition letters to NPSC on or before January 16 “which are pending in secretary level.”


“The CTAN have submitted enough appeal letters and representation with regard to requisition issue, therefore this is a final reminder to all the departments mentioned above to do the needful on or before January 16 since the closing of form submissions for CTE 2017 is on January 20,” it added.


Failure to comply with the demands, it cautioned would compel the CTAN to “show our discontentment by resorting to any form of action to the extent of banning the CTE -2017 examination, for which the concerned departments would be fully responsible.”