Ban on recruitment relaxed
THE STATE Cabinet which met here today under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, partially relaxed the ban on the general appointments. It decided to fill up two per cent of the total sanctioned posts through direct recruitment in the executive and technical services.india Updated: May 10, 2006 14:10 IST
THE STATE Cabinet which met here today under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, partially relaxed the ban on the general appointments. It decided to fill up two per cent of the total sanctioned posts through direct recruitment in the executive and technical services.
In case, more than two per cent of the posts are to be filled up as per the requirement, the committee constituted under the chairmanship of the Principal Secretary, GAD, will consider upon this. This decision has been taken in view of the adverse effects on the work efficiency of the departments due to the ban on general direct recruitment.
The State Cabinet decided to enforce the MP Mining Rules 2006 (Prevention of Illicit Excavation, Transportation and Storage).
Accordingly, any person without having a legal pass will neither transport the minerals or their products nor will get them transported. The pass will not be necessary in case the minerals or their products are being transported through any mechanised means such as railway wagon, ariel ropeway or conveyer belt.
Besides, under the rules, no person will be allowed to store or trade in the minerals or their products for commercial purpose outside the mining or excavation area without having the legal licence to be issued by the competent authority. However, the rules shall be relaxed for the traditional potters, members of the scheduled castes and tribes or their cooperative societies considering them an exception.
The Cabinet has also approved the decision for constituting a committee for reconsidering some provisions of the Public Service (Promotion) Rules 2002. These mainly include the provisions and norms fixed for promotion of employees by the Central Government so that these may be adopted for promotion in the State.
The State Cabinet decided to amend the work allocation rules for declaring Amarkantak city as holy city in Anuppur district. As a result of this decision, now the Religious Trust and Endowment Department will function as nodal department for declaring the town, cities and places as holy ones and carrying out their development.
The State Cabinet also approved the sanctioning of the dearness allowance for the State Government employees along with the relief for the pensioners. The government employees and the pensioners have been sanctioned the dearness allowance from April 1, 2006.
The Cabinet also approved the enforcement of Madhya Pradesh Professional Tax (amendment) Ordinance 2006. Similarly, the amended Ordinance 2006 related to the Entry Tax on goods in the MP’s local jurisdiction was also approved.The Cabinet also fixed the retirement age for the gangmen working under the Public Works Department as 60 years. Besides, the retirement age for the gangmen receiving the salary from the work-charged and contingency fund was fixed as 62 years.
The Cabinet, with a view to extending the medical services and their improvement, in the first phase accorded sanction for 500 posts of staff nurses. Of this, 100 posts have been sanctioned for each of medical colleges. This decision has been taken for the State’s medical colleges and the hospitals attached to them.