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Govt. begins process to fill up 1.16 lakh vacancies: CM

Ranchi, Aug. 2: Chief Minister Raghubar Das said that the government has started the process for filling up 1.16 lakh vacancies. Very soon, vacancy of police sub-inspectors and 20,000 posts of teachers will be filled.

The Staff Selection Commission is going to fill up 13,000 vacancies in different departments. The commission has also published 2017 calendar for appointment. He said it while inaugurating the newly constructed building of JSSC at Namkom.

The CM said that this year will be the year of appointments. Due to lack of man power, development work is affected. JPSC would have been conducted 16 times if regular appointments were done. This building will help in accommodating staff and doing appointment related works smoothly. He expected the exams to be conducted on time filling the vacant posts.

He said that after formation of local policy, JPSC and JSSC are speeding up the appointment process. The local people will be benefitted as per the provision of the constitution.

Moreover, 3rd and 4th class posts of schedule areas have been directed to be filled up by the people of those districts only. To benefit the local people, local languages have been included in the exams conducted by JSSC and JPSC. He said that the present govt. is committed to provide service to youths.

Khijri MLA Ram Kumar Pahan, chairman, Child Protection Commission Aarti Kujoor, JPSC chairman D. K. Srivastava, JSSC chairman Ratan Kumar, Building Construction Commission K. K. Son and other people were present on this occasion.

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