Cabinet to meet today
Govt To Amend Recruitment Act
Jammu, Jan 9: Jammu and Kashmir government is contemplating to amend new recruitment policy in order to enact strict domicile provision for divisional cadre and district cadre posts.
Official sources said that an Ordinance to amend Section 13 of Civil Services Decentralization Recruitment Act 2010 is expected to get cabinet nod on Thursday, when the state cabinet will meet here under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Omar Abdullah.
They said that under the new provisions, proposed by the General Administration Department (GAD), a candidate must be a resident of a particular district or division for at least 15 years to make him/her eligible for the government job in the concerned district or division.
The cabinet, sources said, is also expected to take a final decision with regard to the proposal of Commercial Taxes Department to revoke an order passed by the Governor during Governor Rule in 2008 whereby Rs 50 crore commercial tax of Jammu and Kashmir Project Construction Corporation (JKPCC) was waived off.
The meeting is likely to give nod for transfer of 93 kanals of land at Akhnoor for the construction of Ayurvedic College.
It was also likely to sanction at least 80 posts for five new ITIs coming up under Prime Minister’s Reconstruction Plan at Gurez, Nowshehra, Hajan, Bani and Banihal, sources said.
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