Start process to fill vacant posts in Govt departments: CM Chouhan
BHOPAL [Maha Media]: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has directed officials to begin the process of filling vacant posts in the departments of Home, Revenue, Public Works, Jail, Education and other departments immediately.
Recruitment is estimated for about 25,000 posts, including about 15,000 teachers and 10,000 posts in other departments.
Chouhan said that the process of filling the vacant posts in the departments should be completed to ensure smooth conduct of public welfare works. Action should be taken at the Professional Examination Board, Public Service Commission and departmental-level in this regard.
Adherence to norms of recruitment process must be ensured.
Chouhan said that the recruitment process should be completed keeping in mind the essential rules and procedures relating to filling of the vacant posts.
According to an estimate, PEB will conduct examinations in the coming months for about 10,000 posts.
These include 3,272 posts of Police Constable under Home Department, 863 posts of Rural Agriculture Extension Officer and Senior Agriculture Development Officer in Farmers Welfare and Agriculture Development Department, 493 posts of Constable Radio Cadre in Home Department, 372 posts of Revenue Inspector, 302 posts of ITI Training Officer in Directorate of Skill Development.
Apart from this, posts like Shorthand writer Assistant Grade-3, Steno Typist, Stenographer, Data Entry Operator, Statistics Officer and Peon, Chowkidar, Ward boy, Cleaner, Watermen and Cooks will be recruited in various departments.
Chief Secretary Iqbal Singh Bains, Agriculture Production Commissioner K K Singh, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Manish Rastogi, Commissioner, Public Relations, Dr Sudam Khade and other officials were present in the meeting.