Himachal to recruit 3636 school teachers
Shimla :The Himachal Pradesh government has decided to fill up 3636 posts of J.B.T, C&V and TGT categories in elementary education department.
These posts will be filled on contract basis as per the norms of Recruitment and Promotion Rules. These include 684 posts of TGT Arts, 359 TGT Non-Medical, 261 TGT Medical, 1049 Shastri, 590 Language Teacher and 693 post of JBT.
The cabinet today also approved the draft memorandum of understanding for development of greenfield airport at Nagchala near Mandi between government of Himachal Pradesh and Airports Authority of India (AAI). The Director Tourism has been authorised to sign the MOU and agreements etc. for this purpose with AAI.
It was also decided to provide Himachal Pradesh Lok Tantra Prahari Samman Rashi under Maintenance of Internal Security Act (MISA) and Defence of India Rule (DIR) to the people who took active participation for safe guarding the democracy and preserving the fundamental rights of the people from the period between 25 June,1975 to 21 March,1977.
Cocheler implant centres will be set up in IGMCH, Shimla, Dr. RPMC Tanda and Sri Lal Bahadur Shastri medical college, Ner Chowk .
Consent was also given for amendment in development plan for Manali agglomeration Kullu valley planning area.
A memorandum of understanding will be signed to sell the water of Yamuna river from the share of Himachal Pradesh on payment basis at Tajewala corridor. The state government would earn Rs. 21 crore per annum.
A decision has been taken to make amendments in few sections of H.P Building and other Construction Workers (regulation of employment and condition of service) Rules, 2014. This amendment has been made to encourage more construction workers for registration as beneficiary with the Board to avail benefit of various welfare schemes being run by the Board.
Shri Nabahi Mandi in Sarkaghat Tehsil of Mandi district will be included under the Himachal Pradesh Hindu Public Religious Institutions and Endowment Act, 1984 with a view to bring the control of this temple with the state government.
The Cabinet approved letter of intent for three years in favour of Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Limited for extraction of limestone and shale minerals for setting up of cement plant in Shimla district.