The recruitment process of multi task workers has started in the government schools of Himachal Pradesh. Out of 8000 posts sanctioned by the government, 50 percent of the posts will be filled on the recommendation of the Chief Minister. These 4000 posts will be filled by the education department first. Applications will be called for the remaining 4000 posts after a few days. Many applications have been received with the Education Department including the Chief Minister’s Office. The process of sorting the documents of the applicants who fulfill the recruitment rules will start soon. Applicants who are recommended by the Chief Minister will also have to fulfill the recruitment rules. The government has given the chief minister the privilege to recruit eligible people from widows and very poor families with compassionate grounds. The rules have also been changed for the recruitment of 8,000 multi-task workers in the education department. Departmental officials said that people giving land for the construction of government schools will be given 5 marks instead of the pre-determined 3 in recruitment. The predetermined 10 marks for distance from school to home has been reduced to eight. Applicants who will have a house at a distance of one and a half kilometers from the school, they will now be given 8 marks. The workers will get a salary of Rs 5625 per month. Advertisements will be placed on the notice boards of the school and panchayat before making the appointments. Candidates have to apply on plain paper to the Block Elementary Education Officer. Their job will be to open and close the school, clean the premises and classrooms, arrange for drinking water and deliver the school mail to other departments. Local schools will send demand to BEO for recruitment. The BEO will send this demand to the Directorate. The advertisement of recruitment will be issued after approval from the directorate.
Multi task worker recruitment started, 4000 posts will be filled on the recommendation of the first Chief Minister
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