Kcr Promises to fill up 1.07 Lakh Jobs in 5 Months

Mon 24th Nov 2014 10:57 AM
Kcr Promises to fill up 1.07 Lakh Jobs in 5 Months
Kcr Promises to fill up 1.07 Lakh Jobs in 5 Months
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Stating that the Centre is yet to finalize the  bifurcation of officials  that has telling impact on the governance in Telangana State, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao today said that they are awaiting Kamalanathan Committee to complete official bifurcation process.

Giving a clarification on filling up of  vacancies and implementation of welfare schemes during a discussion on unemployment in the Legislative  Assembly,  the Chief Minister  said that if the committee  comes up  with  the final report on  bifurcation of officers,  the government will take up recruitment drive in a big way giving 5 years age relaxation.

Chandrasekhar Rao  asserted that as many as 1.07 lakh vacancies will be filled up through Telangana Public Service Commission (TSPSC) in four to five months time. The Government has  asked  the TSPSC to issue notification to take up the recruitment drive,  he said.

KCR exhorted the youth to give up  despair as the government is committed to fill up all vacancies on finding the exact figures of vacancies and institutions in Telangana State. The State Government will fulfill its poll promises of providing employment to youth, regularization of contract and temporary employees, he stated. The Chief Minister tried to allay fears and  said that qualified students and youth seeking employment should not get panicky  as they will get jobs. Exact details of the posts lying vacant and existing institutions in the state will be known once Kamalanathan Committee takes up bifurcation of officials among Telangana and Andhra Pradesh States,  the CM averred.

He also maintained that  youth will get many job opportunities in power sector as the government is taking up power production now,  besides there are opportunities in irrigation and welfare sectors. Stating that the Government has complete clarity on regularization of contract employees,  he said that private sector jobs  were soaring like anything in the wake of globalization.

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