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Haryana To Fill 20,000 Government Jobs In Next 3 Months

Tooba Maher
Tooba Maher

Chief Minister of Haryana, Manohar Lal Khattar said that the government would start recruitment process for 20,000 government jobs and also improving the level of education in schools and colleges in the next 100 days. He added, "Strengthening the security system and improving health services besides focusing on permanent solutions to problems of every section of society would be the top priorities."

Mr Khattar, while addressing a public function said, "Recruitment process would soon be started to fill 20,000 posts lying vacant in various departments. This work will be completed within next three months."

However, in order to strengthen law and order, recruitment would be made to 5,000 posts in the Police Department and to fill the vacant posts of Group D, the candidates will be given preference who were in the waiting list of previous recruitment.

The Chief Minister further added, "Efforts would be made to raise the level of education in government educational institutions, apart from improving the building structures and increasing the capacity of teachers." He also, listed the achievements of his government in health services, and mentioned in 2014, 700 students of the state were enrolled in MBBS, which has now increased to 1,450 in 2019.

He stated, "Within the next five years, a system will be arranged so that 2,000 students would get admission in Haryana every year."

Earlier the CM said, "An advance of up to Rs 1 crore each will be given to deputy commissioners of the state to meet emergent requirements arising out of lack of funds. The emergent requirements like payment of wages and honorarium to employees engaged on contract basis under central and state-sponsored schemes in case the departments do not receive funds or grants on time from the Centre or state government."

These funds will be released from contingency funds of the state, stated the Chief Minister.

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