Around 40 young people, who were anticipating arrangement as constable in the Punjab Police, are a calmed parcel after the government has acknowledged Punjabi exam cleared at the senior auxiliary level, and not at the optional level, as a capability for enrollment.
The police said the young’s were given determination letters a week ago. They had been sitting tight for a choice for just about six months.
The choice was taken as there’s a point of reference of tolerating Punjabi cleared in Class XII as a paradigm for determination. That was 34 years prior.
The young people did not think about Punjabi in Class X. They, be that as it may, took the subject in higher optional (Class XI and XII) and cleared it. Clearing the Punjabi exam in Class X is the essential capability for the post of constable.
The administration had promoted 6,000 posts of constable, for which more than 6 lakh candidates took the tests in September and October a year ago.
The administration had put the choice of around 40 young people on hold, as they didn’t meet the rule.
Afterward, the police kept in touch with the Personnel Department, requesting a counsel on the matter. The office answered that in 1983, the government had confronted a comparable circumstance for some other post. It had then chosen to acknowledge Punjabi cleared at the senior auxiliary level as a capability for the occupation.
The selection of 40 youths dashed hopes of candidates on the waiting list. Several of them gathered at the CMO yesterday.
They alleged a few young people having similar imprints were selected after a long crevice. Senior authorities said that at one time, the administration considered expanding the presents on suit more adolescents, who had similar imprints. The move was left as it was lawfully difficult to build the quantity of posts once promoted.
1983 request to the save
The government had put the choice of around 40 young people on hold, as they didn’t have Punjabi in Class X. What acted the hero was a 1983 request, in which the government had acknowledged Punjabi in Class XII, and not in Class X, as a capability for the occupation.