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An appeal to the Government of Nagaland especially to RD Department

•-“Rural development plays a vital role for the economic betterment of the people as well as for their greater social transformation.” In order to diversify and make more vibrant in the development process and to reach every section of the society, our government has announced the creation of 22 new Rural Development Blocks. This signifies the seriousness and utmost concern of our present government for the inclusive growth and development and to make Nagaland a progressive state.
However, it is very unfortunate to mention that the Block Development Officer (BDO) as the administrative officer and its staff in the R.D Department are never seen recruited by direct merit based competitive examination through NPSC, which has been already expressed by an intellect writer Tohuka Achumi, Full Nagarjan, Dimapur (dated 26/01/12)
We are all aware that there are many talented, skilled, qualified and hard working educated unemployed youth in Nagaland who really wants to serve the Government as well as the people so that they will make difference in the life of the Naga people. In the meantime, when the personnel are recruited through fair competitive exams, it will give opportunity to those who are qualified, talented and hard working young people which will further enhance the effectiveness, efficiency and transparency in the administration. Therefore, i would like to request to the Government of Nagaland especially to the R.D Department to kindly recruit the existing vacancies through NPSC so that there will be equality of opportunity for everyone.
In this regard, i would also like to appeal to the Naga Students’ apex body i.e. NSF and ENSF and the Educated Unemployed Union, Nagaland to kindly ensure that the personnel are appointed through NPSC and not through political, backdoor or departmental exams as it would be in the interest of thousands of unemployed youth in Nagaland.

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