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Troublesome Job of Verifying Documents in Balochistan           

Sami Parvez

Taking the charge of Chairman of Balochistan Public Service Commission, Justice (R) Mehta Kailash Nath Kohli, imposed a new rule for candidates who appear in test for commission posts. Candidates need to verify their all-educational documents from Matric to Master. As well, candidates need to verify their domicile certificate by Deputy Commissioner from their home district. Candidates are facing enormous hurdles for verifying their documents.

The applicants need to first deposit verification fee in bank, where there is too rush on the same counter. The applicants have to wait for hours due to the limited staff at banks.

It takes three to four days for the depositing fee and them submission of documents for verification in the concerned institutions. Despite following the all directions by institutions the verified documents are not returned on time and this process prolongs for many week.

On the one hand students are very frustrated with this process of verifying documents on the other hand the unprofessional attitude of staff members at board office Balochistan further increase the nervousness.

Having observed the scenario and going through this troublesome job the candidates become two minded whether to apply for the post or not. Since they have tolerate three to four thousands expenses for verifications of documents.  Nevertheless, it does not confirm   that they will get job or not.

For a student and a jobless person this amount is too valuable, even some applicants cannot afford these expenses.

Recently the spokesperson of Government Teachers Association- Kech   also condemned the passed bill of Balochistan cabinet that all teachers who are in service must verify their education documents.

Government should change the rule of verification documents for commission posts. BPSC should only ask those candidates who   pass the test.

Published in The Balochistan Point on February 23, 2016

Disclaimer: Views expressed in this article are those of the author and The Balochistan Point not necessarily agrees with them.

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