Replace those 8,000 vacant posts immediately: CM Jagan‌

Andhra Pradesh: Last year, CM Jagan conducted a review with the top brass of various departments on the job calendar. There was a comprehensive discussion on the posts that still needed to be filled, including recruitment for the year. The officers also submitted details of vacancies along with details of posts recruited as part of the job calendar to the CM. The CM comprehensively discussed the ongoing recruitment in the departments of backlog posts, APPSC, Medical Health-Family Welfare, Higher Education etc. Officials told the CM that 39,654 posts were filled in the year 2021-22. He said 39,310 posts had been filled in the medical health department alone. Of the 47,465 posts identified, 83.5 per cent were recruited this year.

He said about 8,000 posts were yet to be filled, of which 1,198 posts were within the purview of the medical health department. Chief Minister YS Jagan has directed the authorities to immediately replace the remaining 8,000 posts in the job calendar. He also directed to focus on filling the vacancies in higher education and implement operation on police recruitment. The CM directed the officers to formulate an action plan on police recruitment and replace the posts regularly accordingly. He also directed to fill the remaining posts in the health department by the end of June. Associate professor posts in higher education are expected to be filled by September. The CM directed that the posts in APPSC should be filled by March next year. It was clarified that all measures should be taken to replace these posts within the stipulated time.

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