Jharkhand Youth Demand for Vacancies in Various Departments

Created on: 2020-11-27 12:12:43 | Author: Team Sikshatoday | Home Page | Jobs

Ranchi:  A special delegation of Birsa Agricultural University students from the delegation of the committee constituted by the President of the State Congress Committee, Dr. Rameshwar Rao, on the demand of jobs in various departments, on Friday, in Congress Bhavan,  Alok Kumar Dubey, Lal Kishore Nath Shahdev, Doctor Rajesh Gupta  Chhotu and Aditya Vikram Jaiswal and submitted a memorandum demanding the immediate reinstatement of over 4000 vacant posts in the Agriculture Department.

The delegation has conveyed to the state Congress leaders.

The delegation has conveyed to the state Congress leaders through a memorandum that there has been no restoration of any kind in the agriculture department for nearly 30 years after the establishment of the state of Jharkhand and before that, various vacant posts in the agriculture department like block agriculture Officer, Assistant Research Officer, Plant Protection Inspector and the posts before For example, directions should be given to the Block Agricultural Officer, Assistant Research Officer, Plant Protection Inspector and the concerned department for early restoration of posts, Birsa Agricultural University should get priority of students in the state's only reputed agricultural institute, nontechnical posts under JSSC-CGL 2019 The application process has started, but the process of resumption of technical posts has not started yet.

Committee members

Committee members Alok Kumar Dubey, Lal Kishore Nath Shahdev, Dr. Rajesh Gupta, Aditya Vikram Jaiswal said that today there is a need to reinstate agricultural students so that farmers can get benefits in agriculture. The previous BJP government had sent farmers to foreign countries to equip them with technology, but nothing came out of it.

Regarding the reinstatement of agricultural officials, the government of Raghuvar Das was issued a notification in 2015, but it was also canceled, due to this policy, promising students of the state are sitting unemployed today, it is known that 400 to 500 per year. Students leave fully trained students from Birsa Agriculture University, where the government costs around Rs 25 lakh per student. No reinstatement since last 2000 is a betrayal of the state's promising on the one hand

On the other hand, there is a desperate attempt to stop the growing development in the field of agriculture. The Congress leaders have assured the Birsa Agriculture University delegation that the convener of the committee along with all the important documents related to their restoration, informed the Minister of Agriculture, Badal Patra Patra Go and through them, an effort will be made to initiate the process of resumption of vacant posts in Birsa Agriculture University by making the Chief Minister aware of the situation.

Aditya Vikram Jaiswal informed the Hon'ble Agriculture Minister several times.

Earlier, President of the State Professional Congress, Aditya Vikram Jaiswal informed the Hon'ble Agriculture Minister several times about the demands related to employment of agricultural undergraduate and postgraduate students, increase in the yield of farmers, on which the Minister has ordered departmental action.

The delegation included Sushil Kumar Singh, Gulshan Kumar, Gyanchand Birua, Rishikesh Kumar, Kundan Kumar, Gaurav Tiwari etc. of the Students Union.

 

 

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