Jobs in Uttar Pradesh: The Yogi government is preparing to fill the vacant posts in the Prison Administration and Reforms Department. Regarding this, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has ordered to prepare a recruitment blueprint in a high-level meeting of the Prison Administration and Reforms Department and the Home Department on Friday. In such a situation, soon a mandate can be issued to fill these posts. Presently more than 3500 posts are vacant in the Prison Administration and Reforms Department. These posts are from group ‘A’ to ‘D’.
The blueprint of vacant posts is being prepared at the government level
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath held a review meeting of the Prison Administration and Reforms Department with the Home Department in a high-level meeting. During this, the officials of the department informed him that at present a total of 3504 posts are vacant in the department. He informed that 156 posts of Group ‘A’ are sanctioned in the department, out of which 107 posts are vacant. Similarly, 738 posts of Group ‘B’ are sanctioned, in which 326 posts are vacant. Whereas in group ‘C’ and ‘D’ 10543 and 682 posts are sanctioned respectively, out of which 2808 and 263 posts are vacant respectively. In such a situation, against the total sanctioned posts of 12119, at present personnel are posted on 8769 posts, while the remaining posts are vacant. Similarly, against 7815 posts of Jail Warder, 2068 posts are vacant, for which a letter has been written to Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment and Promotion Board on behalf of the department. The recruitment process for these posts can start in May.
There will also be deployment on the vacant posts of Medical Officer and Pharmacist
Against 153 posts of Medical Officer, 36 posts are vacant. These posts are posted by the Medical and Health Department. In such a situation, the department has sent a letter to the health department. Along with this, 89 posts are vacant against 149 posts of Pharmacists, for which the Subordinate Services Selection Commission has been informed through a letter. The officials told the Chief Minister that due to vacant posts, there was a problem in running the prisons smoothly. Along with this, according to the jail manual, there is a problem in providing facilities to the prisoners. On this, the Chief Minister had instructed the government to prepare a draft of the vacant posts in the department and issue mandates to fill the vacant posts as per the rules, on which action is underway at the government level. If the experts are to be believed, soon the mandate for the recruitment of these vacant posts can be issued.
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