The TRS government has permitted various posts numbering 1,16,422 of which 1,10,217 jobs have already been notified by various recruiting bodies.
Formation of separate Telangana has created employment opportunities for youth and unveiled new avenues for the unemployed in the State.
In the last four and half years, the TRS government has permitted various posts numbering 1,16,422 of which 1,10,217 jobs have already been notified by various recruiting bodies.
Among the total notified, 54,411 jobs have been filled and the recruitment process for the rest of the posts is under way. The Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) alone has issued 100 direct recruitment notifications for 36,158 posts since its constitution. This apart, it also issued 29 notifications, including for Rashtriya Indian Military College, departmental and career advancement schemes.
With agricultural activity being a priority area for the State government, 2,100 youngsters were recruited by the State as agriculture extension officers. Similarly, about 2,000 various posts for government schemes such as Mission Bhagiratha and Mission Kakatiya were also filled.
For youngsters who have been waiting for a career in the Police Department, the government had permitted 30,580 vacancies for recruitment and all of them have been notified by the Telangana State Level Police Recruitment Board. So far, 10,980 vacancies have been filled in the Police Department and recruitment to 19,600 posts is expected to be completed soon.
On the education front, the government had given a nod for recruitment of 8,972 teacher positions in the School Education Department alone and another 5,335 posts in the various residential educational institutions societies. All the posts in the School Education Department had been notified by the TSPSC while a notification for 3,764 various posts was issued by the Telangana Residential Educational Institutions-Recruitment Board.
Nod for varsity posts
This apart, 1,061 posts, including that of professor, associate professor and assistant posts in 11 universities, were given a nod by the government. However, this recruitment process has been on hold due to an ongoing case in the Supreme Court filed by the University Grants Commission over the reservation policy.
“The recruitment process in the State has improved a lot in ushering in more transparency and efficiency in the system,” avers former Osmania University Vice-Chancellor Prof. T Tirupati Rao.
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