Agali ∙ The PSC, Forest Department and Backward Welfare Minister extended their hands in front of the tribal youth of Attapadi Anavai Ur who lost his government job due to having protruding teeth. Meanwhile, the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Commission has registered a case in the incident. But the general question that arises is whether such impractical terms which do not in any way affect the quality of the work should be avoided.
According to the PSC officials, Muthu is ineligible as per the existing norms. Minister AK Saseendran said that the forest department is helpless in providing employment to Muthu. If there is anything to do, it is for the PSC. Further, the Forest Department will provide necessary assistance.
Minister K. Radhakrishnan said that in the case of Muthu not getting a job, they will check whether the conditions were properly followed. There are special conditions for appointment in the forces. Allowing relaxations in recruitment to army units will affect the efficiency and discipline of the army.
The minister also said that even if one person has to be left out because of the criteria, another person belonging to the same category will get the job. Manorama had published information that Muthu was denied a job at the PSC special recruitment meeting for the post of beet forest officer due to having a protruding tooth. The matter was then discussed.
The Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Commission has directed that the Principal Secretary of the Forest Department, the Chief Wildlife Warden and the PSC Secretary submit a report within a week. Muthu came to the meeting after passing the exam and fitness test. In the medical certificate produced, the extracted tooth was specifically mentioned. The front teeth were pushed forward after falling out when they were young. Various organizations demanded that the PSC should be ready to revise such norms on time.
A report has been submitted to the Director of Scheduled Tribes Department regarding the hindrance in the work of Aarti and Muthu, a tribal woman of Sholayur Karayur Ur, who could not get a job because they did not get a certificate from the institution where they studied. ITDP Project Officer VK Sureshkumar said that they will provide all possible assistance. At the same time, hospitals including Pala Mar Sliwa Medicity have come forward offering free treatment to Muthu.
Muthu and Aarti filed a complaint
Muthu, who was denied a job due to her protruding teeth, and Aarti, who was denied a job because she did not get a certificate from the institute she studied in, also submitted a petition to the PSC District Officer. The petition has requested that the PSC conditions be relaxed to provide an opportunity for the meeting and that more time be required to produce the certificate. Govt to take care of differently abled son. Aarti, who had to drop out of nursing school halfway through, lost her job because she could not present her SSLC certificate at the meeting for the beet forest officer post. According to the terms of the bond, the certificates cannot be returned without depositing Rs. 50,000. The obstacle was that the nursing school authorities took a stand.
English Summary: PSC clarification over tribal youth lost beat forest officer job
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