North Gazette News/Shimla
Himachal government on Friday gave its nod to take PTA teachers on government contract after seven years service instead of eight years as notified earlier.
The decision was taken in the cabinet meeting held here today under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh.
A state government spokesperson said that a decision was taken to revise the service length of the PTA teachers from eight to seven years and take over their services on contract basis after they complete seven years of continuous service instead of eight years.
The Cabinet gave its nod to fill up all functional posts in Community Health Centre, Nankhari and up-gradation of Health Sub Centre in Gram Panchayat Kohbag in district Shimla.
Approval was accorded to shift the administrative control of IPH division Dehra from IPH circle, Hamirpur to IPH Circle Dharamsala in district Kangra.
A decision was taken to change the name of Government Industrial Training Institute Gagret to Government ITI Gagret at Bhaderkali in Tehsil Amb in Una district since the institute is presently functioning at Gram panchayat Bahderkali.
It was decided to fill up one post of Lecturer in the department of Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics in HP Government Dental College through State Public Service Commission by direct recruitment. It also decided to fill up two posts of Lecturer from Medical and Surgery specialty in Sister Nivedita Government Nursing College, Shimla.
Nod was given to create and fill 33 posts of teaching and non-teaching staff in (Industrial Training Institute ) ITI Saliana in district Kangra.
Approval was accorded by the Cabinet to create two posts of Senior Scale Stenographers and one post of Junior Scale Stenographer on secondment/contract basis in HP Judicial Academy.
A decision was taken by the Cabinet to create one post of Law Officer in Directorate of Health Safety and Regulation, Himachal Pradesh on secondment basis.
The Cabinet also unanimously resolved to place on record that the present Government over the last two years under the visionary leadership of Chief Minister had implemented programmes and policies that have benefitted all sections of society and regions of the State. The delivery of public services has been improved to benefit public at large.