GUWAHATI, July 14 � Aggrieved candidates for posts of mandals who had also undergone a six-month training under the Directorate of Land Records and Survey have alleged anomalies in the selection list declared on July 2.
The aggrieved candidates who have already moved the State Chief Secretary, the Revenue Commissioner, and the Director of Land Records and Survey, stated that the advertisement published on December 24, 2013, had mentioned posts of 21 mandals in the office of the Deputy Commissioner, Darrang, but the final selection list contained the names of 39 candidates.
Worse, the selection list did not have the names of many candidates who had successfully completed the training for mandals under the Directorate of Land Records and Survey.
�These candidates were trained up and they passed the mandals� training against the vacancy of the posts mentioned in the advertisement. It is apparent that the candidates were not selected as per norms of the advertisement. Most of the candidates were selected from outside Darrang district in spite of the fact that suitable (trained) candidates were there in Darrang district,� the aggrieved candidates said.
Further, the aggrieved candidates added, many of the deprived trained candidates from Darrang district had better educational qualifications, better ranks in the training and better computer education than the selected candidates.