Patna: Good news is coming for the unemployed youth of Bihar. The process of new restoration has started in the Revenue and Land Reforms Department. The recruitment exercise at the departmental level intensified after the Nitish Cabinet approved a special survey for Amin, Kanoonog and other 2616 posts.
Regarding this, the department has sought details of the vacancy of revenue employees from the collector of all the districts. Thereafter, a proposal will be sent to Bihar Staff Selection Commission (BPSC) for regular appointments to vacant posts. The department had also sought such a list from all the districts on August 10 and September 15, but so far the department has not been able to get it.
This time the department has again written a letter and asked to send the updated list. There are 8,463 posts of revenue officers in the state. In this, 4,325 posts are still filled. The remaining about 2,616 posts are to be filled. However, the number may be less or higher after receipt of details of vacancies from the districts. It is worth mentioning that in the meeting of the Revenue and Land Reforms Department held on September 22 under the chairmanship of CM Nitish Kumar, it was ordered to appoint the vacant posts of revenue employees soon. A few months ago, all the districts had received the vacancy-related list of revenue employees to the department, but after that dozens of employees retired.