Government recruiting plan will be focused on filling Group “B” and “C” posts!! Details Here!!

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Government recruiting plan will be focused on filling Group B and C posts!!
Government recruiting plan will be focused on filling Group B and C posts!!

Government recruiting plan will be focused on filling Group “B” and “C” posts!! Details Here!! Filling Group ‘B’ and ‘C’ vacancies to be soon the Government will be filled it is on focus. Depending on the rank, status, and level of responsibility involved, government postings are divided into four general categories: Groups A, B, C, and D. Do you want to know the details here it is.

According to representatives from the department of Training and Personnel (DoPT), the Center’s aim to hire 1 million people over the course of the next 1.5 years to fill openings in government agencies is concentrated on filling positions in Group “B” and Group “C” services.

DoPT statistics presented in the LokSabha on Wednesday indicates that there are currently 979,327 openings in government departments all over the nation. There are 836,936 in Group C, 23,454 in Group B, and 118,807 in Group C.

Union minister of State Jitendra Singh responded to a question in the LokSabha on Wednesday by stating that it is the responsibility of the relevant Ministry or Department to create and fill open positions in the Central Government. Retirement, promotions, resignations, deaths, and other events can result in vacancies in a number of Central Government Ministries/Departments, as well as their attached/subordinate offices. Every Ministry/Department of the Central Government has been requested to act in a mission mode to quickly fill open positions.

An official with knowledge of the situation claims that DoPT established an inter-ministerial task team last week to fill open positions in government agencies.

Under the condition of anonymity, the official said, “The action plan would genuinely fill gaps across the government, not create jobs.” The hiring will be for Group B and Group C positions because the majority of senior-level positions are already filled, the official continued.

Prime Minister NarendraModi declared in June that the government would induct 1 million people over the course of the following year and a half in “mission mode” to fill out vacancies in the Central government after reviewing human resource departments across ministries.

On June 14, a tweet on the official account of the Prime Minister’s Office stated,

“PM @narendramodi assessed the status of Human Resources in all departments and ministries and asked that recruitment of 10 lakh employees be done by the Government in mission mode in the next 1.5 years.”

Senior management jobs in ministries/departments and field organisations are among the Group “A” postings in government departments, which bear more administrative and executive responsibility. Middle management is made up of Group A’s junior and middle levels as well as Group B’s levels. In ministries and field organisations, Group “C” posts carry out operational and supervisory activities and provide secretarial support, whereas Group “D” posts are designed for performing routine work.

According to DoPT, 13,238 individuals were hired during the course of the last three years by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC), 100,330 individuals were hired through the Staff Selection Commission (SSC), and 151,900 individuals were hired through the Railway Recruitment Board (RRB). The three organisations are the main sources of government hiring. According to a detailed breakdown of the UPSC data, 4,399 new employees were hired in 2018–19, and in 2019. 20, 5,230 individuals, and 3,609 in 2020–21.While this was going on, SSC hired 16,748 individuals in 2018–19, 14,691 in 2019–20, and 68,891 in 2020–21. Follow our site for daily updates.

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