JAMMU AND KASHMIR PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION Filling up of the posts of Lecturer Pathology, Govt.Medical College, Srinagar in Health & Medical Education Department. Order No. 55–PSC of 2013 PDF Print E-mail
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Subject: - Filling up of the posts of Lecturer Pathology, Govt.Medical College, Srinagar in Health & Medical Education Department.

Order No.  55–PSC of 2013


Dated:-   27 .02.2013.Whereas, vide thisoffice Notification Nos. 42-PSC(DR-P) of 2012 dated 29.06.2012 & 46-PSC(DR-P) of 2012 dated 1.08.2012, 02 posts(OM=01 & ALC=01) of Lecturer Pathology, Govt.Medical College,Srinagar in Health & Medical Education Department ere notified; and Whereas, in response to the said Notification, 03 candidates had applied against the posts; and Whereas, vide this Office Notice dated 17.09.2012, all the candidates were advised to produce deficient documents; and hereas, while checking the documents of the candidates, it was found that one candidate namely Dr.Sumyra Khurshid Qadri D/o Shri Khurshid Ahmad Qadri has failed to produce two years experience certificate as Registrar/Tutor, Demonstrator/Tutor or a Senior Resident in a recognized Teaching Medical Institution recognized by the Medical Council of India or the University of ammu/Kashmir. Now, therefore, the candidature of Dr.Sumyra Khurshid Qadri D/o Shri Khurshid Ahmad Qadri for the posts of Lecturer Pathology, Govt.Medical College,Srinagar in Health & Medical Education Department is hereby rejected and call letter if any issued in her favour shall be deemed to be has been cancelled abinitio.However, candidate whose candidature is rejected may represent before the Commission within a week’s time positively with documents in support of her claim, if any, of being eligible, for the post.


(T.S.Ashok Kumar) IFS,

Secretary,

J&K Public Service Commission

No. PSC/DR/Lect.Pathology,GMC,Sgr/2012                           Dated:  27 .02.2013.

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