NTS job test qualifiers seek offer letters.

SUKKUR -- A large number of candidates, who had qualified an NTS-conducted test for government jobs in 2013 staged a demonstration here and Mirpurkhas on Wednesday and demanded offer letters.

The demonstrators raised slogans against the Sindh education department and appealed to the Sindh government to give them jobs as it was their legal right.

In Sukkur, talking to media persons at the local press club, Majid Kolachi, Fareeda Khatoon, Imam Bakhsh Ansari, Imdad Ali and others said that despite qualifying the test by securing over 60 per cent marks, they were not provided offer letters. They had been protesting for about nine years, but no one was listening to their grievances, they said.

The protesters said the Sindh government had recruited those who had qualified the test conducted by IBA for the posts of primary school teacher (PST) and junior elementary school teacher (JEST). Even those candidates who had secured only 40 per cent marks had been employed, said the protesters, regretting that the Sindh government was doing injustice to them as they had...

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