Clear backlog regularization cases in 15 days: Sham
Jammu, Jan 11: Minister for Health & Family Welfare, Sham Lal Sharma today directed the Commissioner/Secretary Health and Medical Education, GA Peer to clear the backlog of regularization cases within 15 days.
Sham chaired a joint meeting of officers and union leaders to discuss and address the problems of employees of Health department.
Minister asked him to make the concerned HoDs responsible for any lapse in this regard. He directed the HoDs to forward the cases of all deserving employees to the Administrative Department after thorough scrutiny to minimize the chances of any further query at the Secretariat level.
He also directed the HoDs of different wings to fill up all the vacant posts of Class-IV within a period of three months in their departments, after observing all the necessary formalities.
He assured the employees that their all genuine pending demands will be examined sympathetically and resolved on priority. He asked the Commissioner/ Secretary to personally look into the problems that have been highlighted and address them on priority.
Earlier, a threadbare discussion was held on several issues of the employees highlighted by their leaders, which included regularization of all adhoc/contractual employees, creation of more posts in different categories to remove stagnation, removal of pay anomalies, filling up of vacant posts in different categories, enhancement of grade of staff nurses, timely conduct of DPCs and other issues related to the welfare of employees. The union leaders sought immediate resolution of these issues.
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