The ministries have been asked to send a consolidated report to the DoPT by January 7 in this regard. “Report so to be furnished with the approval of the minister or minister in-charge shall include the details of the name and number of posts where the interview is discontinued and posts for which the exemption has been sought within the purview of the administrative ministries or departments,” the order said.


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No interviews for Class-III, IV govt jobs from Friday: PM Modi