CM Dhami's big step, cancelled 5 exams of UKSSSC
CM Dhami's big step, cancelled 5 exams of UKSSSC

Dehradun: Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami took a big decision in the cabinet meeting on Friday. They have postponed some examinations of UKSSSC (Uttarakhand Subordinate Services Selection Commission). Five exams scheduled to be held for 770 posts have been cancelled in the meeting. These include examinations of drivers, workshop instructors, fisheries inspectors, chief reserve police telecommunications and police rankers. It is being said that the CM has taken this strict decision to crack down on the UKSSSC paper leak cases.

The cabinet also passed a proposal to transfer the recruitment process of about 7000 posts by the Uttarakhand State Subordinate Services Selection Commission to the State Public Service Commission. After passing the resolution, CM Dhami said that the state government will take all possible steps to maintain the sanctity and dignity of the recruitment examinations. At the same time, the CM has instructed to start the recruitment process by issuing a calendar of examinations soon.

The Chief Minister had said on Wednesday that the government is conscious of protecting the interests of the youth. The recruitment process for these posts will be ensured through the State Public Service Commission or other institutions so that the youth who have applied for the recruitment examinations do not suffer any loss. A proposal related to this will be brought to the Cabinet soon. CM Dhami has instructed that along with the current advertised posts, all the departments should make a list of vacant posts of direct recruitment in their respective places within a fixed time frame and send it to the Commission so that the advance calendar of future examinations can also be released.

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