Altaf reviews status of vacancies in Forest Deptt
Srinagar, Aug 31: Minister for Forests, Environment and Ecology, Mian Altaf Ahmad has asked the Forest department to forward the vacant posts to the recruiting agencies within 3-months.
Chairing a meeting to review the status of vacant posts in various subordinate offices of the Forest Department, Altaf said directed the recruiting agencies for early completion of recruitment process for the posts already advertised. He said this would improve the functioning of the department.
The meeting was informed that 14 posts - 7 each of gazetted and non-gazetted cadre in Soil Conservation, 64 gazetted and 896 out of 1212 non-gazetted posts in the office of Principal Chief Conservator of Forests stand referred to the recruiting agencies. In Wildlife Protection Department, out of 69 vacancies, 4 posts have been referred under direct quota, 14 of Social Forestry Department, have also been taken up with the recruitment agencies, the meeting was informed.
It was further revealed that there are 128 vacancies of different categories in State Pollution Control Board, 9 vacancies including 4 gazetted in Environment and Remote Sensing, 505 in Forest Protection Force and 471 in J&K State Forest Corporation which are also being referred to the recruitment agencies.
Chairman Service Selection Recruitment Board, BD Bhagat was especially called for making selection of the referred posts within shortest time.
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