Srinagar: Giving big relief to the citizens of Jammu and Kashmir, the government has decided to remove ten thousand jobs in the Union Territory soon. Only Domicile of Jammu and Kashmir will be able to apply for these posts. After the domicile rule came into force in Jammu and Kashmir, the local administration has imposed a spate of jobs. The administration has announced to take out 10,000 jobs in Jammu and Kashmir, including doctors, Veterinary, Panchayat Account Assistant soon.
Jammu and Kashmir Governor Girish Chandra Murmu said in a high-level meeting organized to speed up the process of jobs at various levels that the process of filling these posts will be completely transparent. The statement said that the Accelerated Recruitment Committee has submitted its initial report to the Lieutenant Governor, in which it is proposed to fill 10,000 vacant posts.
In this meeting LG said that people from far-flung districts would be given fair representation in these jobs. Additional marks will be given to the candidates from remote districts for the posts of District Cadre. 2000 posts of Panchayat Account Assistant, more than 1000 posts of doctors and hundred posts of Veterinary will also be selected soon. The Lieutenant Governor has directed that the process of filling these 10,000 posts should be started in June. 3000 posts will also be filled in the Department of Health Medicine.