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Vested interests blocking appointments in GSI

By STAFF REPORTER

GUWAHATI, Feb 15 � Vested interest circles have been preventing filling up of around 200 vacancies against various posts in the Geological Survey of India�s (GSI�s) NE region offices.

Knowledgeable circles here allege that the GSI with its regional office at Shillong and State unit offices at Guwahati, Agartala, Dimapur and Itanagar are in acute shortage of manpower. In the recent attempt to fill up vacancies in all other regional offices of GSI, Ministry of Mines asked the regional offices to place their demand for filling up the existing vacancies.

But in spite of several reminders from Ministry of Mines, regional office of Shillong failed to submit its requirement to the Ministry. There are about 200 posts lying vacant in the NE Region that include Senior Technical Assistant, Junior Technical Assistant, Surveyor, Office Assistant, etc.

When BK Handique was the Union Minister for Mines, it was apprised to him, during his visit to Shillong that to overcome shortage of geologists in NER posts of Senior Technical Assistant, Junior Technical Assistant should be revived.

But when the posts were offered, the Regional Office located at Shillong kept silent. The region is suffering because of �tenure posting� policy of the Central Government and recruitment of Senior Technical Assistant, Junior Technical Assistant in Geology, Geophysics, and Chemical branches could have facilitated their smooth functioning.

It is believed that certain sections in the regional office have acted against the cause of the region and are trying to transfer the people to the region against the vacant posts as soon as the recruitments in the other regions are over.

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Vested interests blocking appointments in GSI

GUWAHATI, Feb 15 � Vested interest circles have been preventing filling up of around 200 vacancies against various posts in the Geological Survey of India�s (GSI�s) NE region offices.

Knowledgeable circles here allege that the GSI with its regional office at Shillong and State unit offices at Guwahati, Agartala, Dimapur and Itanagar are in acute shortage of manpower. In the recent attempt to fill up vacancies in all other regional offices of GSI, Ministry of Mines asked the regional offices to place their demand for filling up the existing vacancies.

But in spite of several reminders from Ministry of Mines, regional office of Shillong failed to submit its requirement to the Ministry. There are about 200 posts lying vacant in the NE Region that include Senior Technical Assistant, Junior Technical Assistant, Surveyor, Office Assistant, etc.

When BK Handique was the Union Minister for Mines, it was apprised to him, during his visit to Shillong that to overcome shortage of geologists in NER posts of Senior Technical Assistant, Junior Technical Assistant should be revived.

But when the posts were offered, the Regional Office located at Shillong kept silent. The region is suffering because of �tenure posting� policy of the Central Government and recruitment of Senior Technical Assistant, Junior Technical Assistant in Geology, Geophysics, and Chemical branches could have facilitated their smooth functioning.

It is believed that certain sections in the regional office have acted against the cause of the region and are trying to transfer the people to the region against the vacant posts as soon as the recruitments in the other regions are over.

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