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Noc for state psc interview

Friends,
I have my psc interview in one of the states. In the form for interview it is mentioned that those who are in govt service(whether permanent or temporary) should send NOC before interview. I have my interview scheduled within few days.
I am in a central govt autonomous body in a contract job. I have not taken NOC from my employer. what can I do now? In interview will they ask for NOC? will they debar me from giving interview? I can resign from my job if i will get selected.

Thanx

Comments

  • can anybody guide me regarding this
  • Autonomous Body employees are not treated as government employee. Besides, as you are in contract, you neither come under permanent nor under temporary category(As far as I know).
  • I am employed with a public sector bank.what do i do about the NOC as it is impossible for me to go to chennai now as i have my interview within a few days and upon that i am on medical leave.it's urgent...someone pls help.
  • they will allow you in Interview after taking undertaking.you will be given 21 days time to submit NOC if it is needed.
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