Increase e-tendering limit to `10 lakh: LA Panel
Calls for finalization of recruitment rules for R&B Deptt
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Jan 22: Subordinate Committee of J&K Legislative Assembly today asked the government to expedite the amendment and finalization of gazetted and non-gazetted recruitment rules for R&B department.
The Committee which met here today under the chairmanship of Chaman Lal Gupta discussed the issue in detail and issued directions to the concerned officers in this regard.
Legislators, G. M. Saroori, Zalufkar Ahmad, Ashok Kumar and Zahoor Ahmad, besides Additional Secretary R&B, Chief Engineer, R&B Jammu and the officers of store and procurement and legislative assembly were present at the meeting.
The committee was assured that cadre strength of Chief Engineers, superintending engineers and executive engineers would be notified within a month, while the process for other services will be expedited.
The Committee also asked Chief Engineer, Jammu and officers of store and procurement department to make adequate quantity of cement available to the contractors, particularly working in erstwhile district Doda so that works taken up by them are completed in time.
The committee also recommended increase in the limit to 10 lakh from existing Rs 5 lakh for e-tendering so that petty, C and D class contractors are benefited.
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