83% of 47465 Vacancies Filled!!! 1.26 lakh Permanent jobs in Village!!! 50K Jobs in APSRTC!!!

0
83% of 47465 Vacancies Filled!!! 1.26 lakh Permanent jobs in Village!!! 50K Jobs in APSRTC!!!
83% of 47465 Vacancies Filled!!! 1.26 lakh Permanent jobs in Village!!! 50K Jobs in APSRTC!!!

83% of 47465 Vacancies Filled!!! 1.26 lakh Permanent jobs in Village!!! 50K Jobs in APSRTC.The State government of Andhra Pradesh has filled 39,654 of the total 47,465 government jobs identified and notified to be filled as per the job calendar 2021-2022, accounting for 83.5 percent of the total jobs proposed for the previous fiscal year.

Apart from the 39,654 positions, Jagan stated that since coming to power, the administration has generated 1.26 lakh permanent employment in village and ward secretariats. According to the CM, the combination of APSRTC and the government resulted in the creation of another 50,000 employment.

A conference scheduled to examine the status of the postings filled revealed that the medical and health department alone had 39,310 vacancies filled.8,000 positions have still to be filled by the state government, accounting for 16.5 percent of all notified positions. One thousand and eighty-nine of them work in the medical and health field.

On Friday, Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy presided over a review meeting and asked authorities to develop an action plan for filling positions that were listed in the job calendar but had not yet been filled.

Jagan asked authorities to fill openings in the medical and health departments by the end of June, associate professor positions in higher education departments by September, and APPSC vacancies by March.

**To Join Latest Job Updates Whatsapp Group**

He also directed the officials to develop a plan for the regular recruitment of police officers in accordance with the plan. The CM reasoned that because the State government has been spending a lot of money on health and education, there will be little gain if these sectors’ jobs aren’t filled.

He asked authorities to draw up strategies for the recruitment of teaching positions in the higher education department, stating that it should be transparent and effective. SS Rawat, Principal Secretary for Women and Child Welfare AR Anuradha, Principal Secretary for Health MuddadaRavichandra, Social Welfare Secretary MM Naik, College Education Commissioner PolaBhaskar, and other officials were in attendance.

For Online Test SeriesClick Here
To Follow InstagramClick Here
To Subscribe Youtube ChannelClick Here
To Join Whatsapp Click Here
To Join Telegram ChannelClick Here
To Join Face BookClick Here

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here
Captcha verification failed!
CAPTCHA user score failed. Please contact us!