The state government fulfilled the promise of 20 thousand recruitments, the state government took the latest report from the new recruitment agency committee

Jal Shakti Department recruitment

Shimla: The state government has intervened in Himachal to complete the society made by the Congress government regarding 20 thousand government sharing every year.

To speed up the process of Group-C i.e. Class III recruitment, the Deepak Sanon committee has been given its suggestion to report on time. However, the report of the committee was not final.

Now around July 15, preliminary reports are coming. The report of the new recruitment agency created for class three recruitments of former concession officer Deepak Shanan may come around July 15.

This committee has now given its two reports on the review of the State Government. The initial report will come around July 15, so that work on the new recruitment agency can begin.

Committee chairman and former commission official Deepak Sanon said that on the request of the state government, now the first preliminary report is being given this month, the process regarding the formation of the new agency will start, although it will take more time to give the final report. Reliable anesthesia is also being done.

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After the implementation of the report of the committee, now all types of recruitments in Himachal will be implemented on the basis of computer-based test instead of o market share.

The state government can also contact any test conducting agency for this. The examinations being conducted on OMR system are based on old technology and the possibility of paper leak also increases in them.

Whereas for computer based test only one requirement has to be fulfilled by the state government and that is the arrangement of computers for the candidates.

This infra developer can be taken by the creator to add to the already existing stuff or with the help of a private agency.

Tata Consultancy Services does the same thing in Indian Government recruitments. At present, these recruitments have been established in the Public Service Commission after the disbandment of the Staff Selection Commission, but considering the work already existing with the Commission, not much speed is expected in them.

The expected result has not yet come in the cases of Indians who were already stuck.