Newly appointment of staffs will better the functioning of Education Department: Radheshyam

Imphal, November 5, 2019 (DIPR): Education Minister Shri Thokchom Radheshyam said that the appointment of a total of 76 applicant appointed under the die-in-harness scheme under the Department of Education (S) will better in the functioning of the education sector.

The appointment order distribution ceremony was held at the Conference hall of SSA, Babupara organized by Department of Education (S). The Minister said that after a long pending, the Department of Education (S) started to issue appointment order in respect of die-in-harness applicants from 383 reserved vacancies (i.e., 20%). As a 1st Phase in July and August 2019 the department appointed 16 applicants under the die-in-harness scheme in which 11 are primary teacher, 4 are LDCs/OAs and 1is Grade-IV.

Today’s appointment order distribution ceremony was held to give the appointment order of the staffs being appointed in the 2nd Phase (November 2019) – appointing 60 applicants under the die-in-harness scheme in which 2 are primary teachers and 58 are lower division clerks (LDCs) or office assistance (OA)

During the distribution ceremony the Minister urged the newly appointed staffs to carry out their duty sincerely. He said that with the appointment of new staffs the shortage of staffs in department will somehow be a little lessened. The Government is also processing to issue appointment orders to the remaining reserved vacant pots for appointment under die-in-harness.

Th. Radheshyam said that the Education Department is going to provide an opportunity for a “Helicopter Ride” to the students of Government Schools. The Helicopter Ride will begin on Children’s Day the 14th November, 2019 for which competitions under the broad theme ‘Know Your State’ will be held at Zonal Level. This is being initiated to create opportunities to children to explore and understand the beautiful landscape and landmarks of the State.

The Die-In-Harness Scheme is applicable to unemployed dependent family members of the deceased Government employee. The appointment made only up to a maximum of 10% of vacancies under direct recruitment quota. Whereas, as one time measure the restriction of entry into government service through the scheme of die-in-harness was increased from 10% to 20% of the direct recruitment vacancies.

The ceremony was attended by Director Education (S), Shri Th. Kirankumar, concerned officials and family members of the newly appointed staffs.






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