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VS calls for reforms in PSC

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister V.S. Achuthanandan has underscored the need for implementing timely reforms in the PSC for overcoming the delay in the recruitment process.

Inaugurating the 37 {+t} {+h} State conference of the Kerala PSC Employees Union here on Thursday, he said that 101 new posts were created in the PSC taking into consideration the additional work load. He felt that the appointment of more staff would not solve the problem.

The Chief Minister asked the PSC to show the resolve to prepare the final list within one year of inviting applications even though the increase in work load was responsible for the delay in the recruitment process.

Withdrawal of ban

He contended that the PSC could provide employment to 1.3 lakh people during the last four years because of the withdrawal of the recruitment ban, insistence on reporting vacancies within two weeks and discontinuation of temporary appointments and retention of persons on hourly wage payment basis by the LDF government.

The PSC's ability to provide corruption- free and competent service was a matter of pride, he added.

The meeting was presided over by president of the union J.S. Rajesh.

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