Modi govt delivers on promise; MHA abolishes interview for sub inspectors in Delhi Police

Keeping in line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's assurance for abolishing interview process for the class three and four employees, the Home Ministry has issued an order to do away with interviews for the post of sub inspectors and Group C posts in Delhi Police.

New Delhi: Keeping in line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's assurance for abolishing interview process for the class three and four employees, the Home Ministry has issued an order to do away with interviews for the post of sub inspectors and Group C posts in Delhi Police.

With MHA passing the order, there will be no interview session for the post of sub inspector in Delhi Police anymore.

PM Modi in his Independence day address from the Red Fort had suggested states and his cabinet colleagues do away with the practice of holding interviews for recruitment at junior levels saying this system breeds corruption.

In his address, Modi called upon concerned departments to end this practice at the earliest and stressed recruitment only through transparent, online processes.

The Prime Minister said he had seen that when a youth gets an interview call, he often looks for a ‘sifarish’ (recommendation). Even poor widows are compelled to look for recommendations for interviews of their children, he added. Modi said that he had seen people from Nagaland, Mizoram going to Mumbai just for an interview. “This menace has to bestopped,” he asserted.

The Prime Minister suggested that in jobs where physical test was required or top-level jobs jobs where personality or appearance are important, there can be a different system.

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