Yogi Cabinet Decision: Medical College Jobs 2022
Yogi government passes many important decisions regarding employment in the cabinet meeting led by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday. Massive recruitment in process done in the medical colleges of the state which are facing shortage of staff and specialist teachers. The state government has decided to recruit 10,000 posts in government medical colleges and other government medical educational institutions.
Apart from this, a proposal to give allowances to the employees of PGl as per the Seventh
Pay Commission also passes in the yogi cabinet meeting on Teusday.
Changes in the rules of constable recruitment
The Yogi Government has also decided to recruit constables in the Transport Department.
Transport Minister Dayashankar Singh said that the recruitment of the personnel of the
enforcement team of the department will now be under Group D rather than Group C.
Apart from this, his educational qualification has also been increased to Intermediate.
Now the Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission will recruit constables.
With this new system, these soldiers will also get benefit in salary and promotion. The
Transport Minister said that soon applications to get invite for recruitment to 500 posts
of constables in the Transport Department.
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Now online learning license available
A big decision passes regarding the driving license in the meeting of the Yogi
cabinet that took place on Tuesday. Now online learning licenses will be made in the
Transport Department. Automated test stations will be set up to check the fitness of
vehicles. These stations is in process to work in every district. 500 crores is in plan to invest on these automated test stations in plan to built under Public Private Partnership (PPP) model. The government claims that this will create 1500 new employment opportunities in the state.
Apart from this, decision to install 2100 tube wells in 62 districts of the state.
This will benefit the marginal and small farmers. The target to get there is year 2024.