Assam plans to raise five new commando battalions and in the process 10,000 more government jobs will be created in September.
Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma made this announcement during his address at a foundation stone laying program for the construction of an RCC bridge at Dhansiri on Udalguri-Bhairakunda road in Udalguri district on Tuesday.
The announcement has been made amid a statewide recruitment drive to fill up around 30,000 vacancies for Grade III and Grade IV posts in government departments in the state.
The Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA) is conducting the exam in three phases of the direct recruitment process with over 14 lakh candidates enrolled to appear for the exam, the first two of which were held on August 21 and August 28.
In May, the state government had handed over appointment letters to 23,000 youth on vacant posts in 11 departments including Home, Health, Education, Social Welfare, Water Resources and Environment and Forest Departments.
Reiterating his commitment to provide one lakh jobs, the Chief Minister said, “We have already started the process of recruiting around 30,000 youth in Grade III and Grade IV posts and next month we are looking to create 10,000 jobs in five new commando battalions. making plans.” ,
Assam Govt. to generate 10,000 more jobs in Sept in Assam : Himanta
Additional 10,000 Govt appointments will be made in September. Assam is the first state in the country to undertake such an initiative,” he tweeted.
Assam is well on course to ensuring universal health insurance. In this regard, Ayushman Bharat benefits will be extended to 58 lakh people. Additional 10,000 Govt appointments will be made in September. Assam is the first state in the country to undertake such an initiative.