Sindh Police on Sunday night baton-charge candidates came for job interviews, following 300 vacancies announced by Dr Ruth Pfau Civil Hospital.
According to medical superintendent of the hospital, the miss-management was occurred as there was more than 10,000 candidates turned up at the hospital’s administration block for the walk-in interviews. On top of that, authorities, instead of ensuring law and order, baton-charged the disgruntled candidates, leading to chaos and confusion. While applicants claimed that there was no proper arrangements for the candidates.
As per details the candidates were came for bthe posts including, CT Scan technician, lady health visitors, receptionists, laser technicians, X-Ray technicians, OT technicians, computer operators, data entry operators, ward store keepers, security guards, cashiers, gardeners and chefs, among others.
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17 November, 2019