1. OBC jobs 2017: Whopping 11,800 positions lying vacant in Central government

OBC jobs 2017: Whopping 11,800 positions lying vacant in Central government

The Narendra Modi led Central government has told a Parliamentary panel that of the 10 key ministries and departments 9 have a large number of unfilled vacancies in the OBC category.

By: | Published: July 16, 2017 12:32 PM
 jobs in delhi, government jobs, obc vacancies 2017, obc vacancy, railways jobs, finance ministry jobs, home ministry jobs, central government jobs, central govt jobs The Home ministry department has the maximum number of unfilled vacancies.

The Narendra Modi led Central government has told a Parliamentary panel that of the 10 key ministries and departments nine have a large number of unfilled vacancies in the OBC category, according to a report in The Indian Express. Notably, these ministries and departments together employ more than 90 per cent of Central government employees workforce. The Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions in a written reply to the Select Committee of Rajya Sabha said 11,797 unfilled or backlog OBC vacancies exist in these departments, the Indian Express report added. The Select Committee of Rajya Sabha’s members have been demanding that the OBC quota be enhanced beyond the mandated 27 per cent.

The Home ministry department has the maximum number of unfilled vacancies i.e. 3,393, followed by 2,988 in Revenue and 1,425 in Finance and 1,268 in Defence. It should be noted that Ministry of Railways is the only one in the ministry’s list that has zero OBC backlog, adds the Express report.

Despite special drives by the government to fill them, the vacancies continue to remain vacant. The 10 departments had 40,562 vacancies, of which 28,765 were filled by March 31 this year, reports Indian Express.

According to the analysis cited in the Express report, Railways had 2,204 backlog vacancies but filled it up entirely by March this year. However, Financial Services department under the Ministry of Finance had the maximum backlog vacancies at 14,455 but managed to recruit 13,030 OBC candidates.

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    Ghori
    Jul 22, 2017 at 12:48 pm
    Posts are lying vacant on one hand and parallely huge volume of work is outsourced citing shortage of manpower. While outsourcing work lot of secrecy and security of information is compromised. So Sarkar should revise its policies about vacancies.
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    Vikash goswami
    Jul 17, 2017 at 11:09 pm
    Muchja job join karna hai
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    Abhishek
    Jul 16, 2017 at 3:00 pm
    "Despite special drives...to fill them, the vacancies...remain vacant." is not true. In reality, existing intakes via UPSC,SSC etc are getting drastically reduced by govt. (for all categories). Huge vacancies in govt. depts.is there high workload is there. People are working for 12 hrs a day even as the ry hikes are negligible. Illogical arguments are given like it is necessary to "clip wings of bureaucracy", "make working of govt. efficient"etc. Stereotypes like bureaucracy is the colonial legacy which does harm to society, economy etc are present The truth is they are a great enabler of democracy and without their regulation the inequitable growth would have destroyed the fabric of our nation. Market forces need regulation. Telecom sector needs TRAI. It's true that govt. machinery is not as efficient as it should be but reducing employees will make matters worse. Reforms should be made elsewhere. For example by simplifying procedures etc. Vacancies should be filled up asap.
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    aks
    Jul 16, 2017 at 2:47 pm
    how do we apply for these posts
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