'Candidates to get duplicate answer books'
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Jan 6: The government today said the candidates appearing in any professional examination would be given duplicate answer books for their satisfaction.
The Minister for Social Welfare and ARI and Trainings, Sakina Itoo said the government would approach professional colleges of other states to seek reservation for wards of militancy victims.
Reviewing the functioning of Administrative Reforms Inspections and Trainings Department, Sakina said the government was contemplating to enhance the loan assistance to the students pursuing professional courses.
“It is proposed to provide an assistance of Rs 60, 000 to the students pursing MBBS and BDS outside the state yearly where as students pursuing the same courses within the state would get Rs 30,000 to Rs 40,000. Likewise, the students pursuing other professional courses in and outside state would also get enhanced loan facilities,” she added.
She was told that the department was going to organize a course of 10 to 15 days for in service secretariat employees and ARI had received 78 proposals of recruitment rules for vetting, out of which the service rules of 56 Departments had been cleared, 15 returned and seven were being scrutinized.
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