Uttar Pradesh government on Tuesday decided to end the process of holding interviews for selection of candidates for government jobs in all the non-gazetted posts of Group B, C and D categories.
In a landmark decision, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath-led Uttar Pradesh government on Tuesday decided to end the process of holding interviews for selection of candidates for government jobs in all the non-gazetted posts of Group B, C and D categories, news agency Press Trust of India reported. An Adityanath-chaired cabinet meeting passed the decision aimed at bringing transparency in process of staff selection for government jobs. “Keeping in mind the system followed by the Government of India, it has been decided to end the interview process for the government jobs in all non-gazetted posts of Group B, Group C and Group D,” an official statement said, PTI reported. Earlier, Narendra Modi government had announced end the of interview for Group D,C and B non-gazetted posts in central government.
The announcement was made by PM Modi as part of efforts to put an end to the menace of corruption in jobs. “The government has completed the entire process to do away with interviews for lower rank jobs. There will be no requirement of interview for Group D,C and B non-gazatted posts in central government. It will come into effect from January 1, 2016,” Modi had announced in his monthly Mann Ki Baat programme.
Earlier in the day, Adityanath had asked several engineering colleges, which are on the verge of closure, to start diploma and certificate courses. Along with announcement regarding colleges, chief minister has also given an assurance that the government will provide jobs to 10 lakh youths in Uttar Pradesh having skills, as per ANI. Apart from the decision to end interview, Adityanath government also decided to fix the support price of common variety of paddy at Rs 1,550 per quintal, and Rs 1,590 per quintal for grade-A paddy.
The cabinet also decided to expand the boundary of the Aligarh Nagar Nigam. In addition, a decision was taken to increase the boundary of Nagar Panchayat Bhawari in Kaushambi district, and upgrade it. In what came as a delight to pilgrims, Adityanath cabinet gave its nod to construction of Kailash Mansarovar Bhawan in Ghaziabad to facilitate pilgrims of Kailash Mansarovar Yatra, Sindhiu Darshan Yatra and Chaardhaam Yatra, the official statement said