HC Deb 14 February 1922 vol 150 c830W

asked the Postmaster-General whether a naval officer who has had a special course in wireless telegraphy of nine weeks' duration is considered to have had the equivalent training to that of a graduate in physics or electrical engineering, as required by the terms of the advertisement of the last vacancy for an assistant inspector of wireless telegraphy?


The officer referred to, besides having taken the special course in wireless telegraphy, had long experience in naval wireless telegraphy and also in electrical engineering. As I have already informed the hon. Member, this officer was the best qualified candidate for the post and possesses all the necessary qualifications.