10 thousand government jobs in 100 days: Chief Minister Yogi instructed senior officers to fix the target of six months and annual recruitment

10 thousand government jobs in 100 days: Chief Minister Yogi instructed senior officers to fix the target of six months and annual recruitment


Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has set a target of providing 10,000 government jobs in the next 100 days. He has also directed to fix six months and annual targets for the recruitments. The Chief Minister has directed to complete the recruitment proceedings as per the recommendations of the Paliwal Committee with complete transparency and speedily within the stipulated time frame.


On Thursday, the Chief Minister held a meeting with the chairpersons of all service selection boards and senior officials of the government. He directed to speed up the pending recruitment process, clear the pending cases and start the process of new recruitments expeditiously. He gave a target of giving 10 thousand government jobs to the officers in 100 days. The Chief Minister said that there should be complete transparency in all the recruitments and they should be completed within the stipulated time frame. All recruitment examinations related to one session should be conducted in the same session. He directed to reduce the period of recruitment proceedings.

In view of the challenges of question paper leak, the Chief Minister directed to take special care and vigilance in the selection of the examination agency to make the recruitment process fair, transparent, fair and corruption free. He directed the Recruitment Commissions and Boards that before all the recruitment examinations, coordination should be made with the Home Department and care should be taken in the selection of examination centers. He said that government schools should be given priority in making examination centers and the district administration should ensure that no center with tainted image becomes examination center.

The meeting was attended by Chief Secretary Durga Shankar Mishra, Additional Chief Secretary Personnel and Appointment Dr. Devesh Chaturvedi, State Public Service Commission, Subordinate Services Selection Commission, Police Recruitment Board, Higher Secondary Education Service Selection Board, Chairman of Secondary Education Service Selection Board and Additional Chief Secretary Higher and Secondary Education was present.

Follow up on reservation in recruitment

The Chief Minister said that reservation in recruitment should be followed completely and reservation rules should be clearly mentioned in the advertisement. He directed to make full use of technology in the recruitment process. In addition to the members, the Chief Minister directed to include persons with additional experience in the interview panel. Said that the recruitment proceedings of the deceased dependents should be completed in a better and sensitive manner within the stipulated time.

Subordinate Services Selection Commission will give job to 10 thousand

Praveer Kumar, chairman of the Subordinate Services Selection Commission, said that the commission will declare the result in 100 days after conducting the main examination of 9212 posts of ANM. However, it is not possible to complete the document verification within this period. In comparison to one post, about two times the number of candidates (more than 18 thousand) may take more time in document verification. Apart from this, the final results will be given after completing the process of some recruitment examinations.

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