The members of Chhattisgarh Shaskiya Snathak Abhiyanta Sangh (CSSAS) have hailed the decision of Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh for making announcement to increase services years of government employees by two years. The decision indicates BJP Government serious and showed responsibility towards Government employees.
Various announcements by Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh in public interest at the state-level Independence Day celebrations programme organized in capital city, have been more than welcomed by the every section of society. Senior leaders of Chhattisgarh State Employee Association namely Virendra Namdeo, Pooran Singh Patel, Rajesh Kohli, AK Chelak, BR Rawat, PK Pandey, Usha Jha, Vinita Soni, and Urmila Shukla and other office-bearers of the association have thanked Chief Minister and welcomed his decision of increasing retirement age to 62 years. Leaders of the association said that Dr.
Chairman of Chhattisgarh Grade-III Government Employees Association, State General Secretary Chandrashekhar Tiwari and Patron Narendra Singh Chandrakar have thanked Chief Minister for his announcements in larger interest of employees on the occasion of Independence Day yesterday. Leaders of Employees Associations said that in last nine and a half year, Chhattisgarh Government has taken various important decisions for welfare of lakhs of state employees.
First Rural Multinational Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) Call Centre of Chhattisgarh has been inaugurated at District Headquarters Kanker. This call centre has become a source of employment for educated youths of rural areas in Kanker district. Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh inaugurated this call centre on August 7, and said that this is the first rural call centre of state that will provide more employment opportunities to the educated youngsters belonging to the rural areas of the district. It is noteworthy that a BPO call centre has also been established at capital city Raipur.
As announced by Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh earlier, state government has started implementing the provision of employment of 150 days to labourers under Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MNREGS) in all the districts of Chhattisgarh. But Rajnandgaon district has grabbed the first position by implementing the provision before any other districts of the state.
Complying with the announcement of Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh and the decision taken by the cabinet members, Panchayat and Rural Development Department has officially issued the orders for revising the pay-scale of Teachers (Panchayat) i.e. the Shikshakarmis of state who have completed eight years of service.
On the lines of Pradhan Mantri Rozgaar Yojna, the Chhattisgarh Government is all set to initiate Mukhayamantri Yuva Swarozgaar Yojna for encouraging youths in the State for entrepreneurship. Under the scheme, youths will be provided loans through nationalised banks for starting small scale industries and service industries. This was informed by N Bajendra Kumar, Principal Secretary during a departmental review meeting of Commerce and Industries department.
Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh announced an additional instalment of dearness allowance for more than 2 lakh employees of state government, on fourth day of state-wide Vikas Yatra-2013. Dr Singh has pronounced the hike of 8 per cent on dearness allowance for state government employees. In compliance with the announcement of Chief Minister, Finance Department of state government has increased the dearness allowance of government employees from 72 per cent to 80 per cent.
Chhattisgarh Rajya Karmchari Sangh (Chhattisgarh State Employees' Association) has heartily welcomed the decision of Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh to provide 8 per cent hike in dearness allowance of state government employees. Association's State President Mahendra Jain and General Secretary Virendra Namdeo have expressed gratitude to Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh for his decision in interest of the state government employees.
State Government have decided to equip all the primary schools with fire extinguishers, and have made the provision of Rs 2 crores for the same in the budget of School Education Department for current financial year. As a part of safety measures, fire extinguishers will be installed in all 37,710 primary schools of state, told School Education Minister Brijmohan Agrawal.