Agartala, Sep 20, 2023, TRIPURATIMES Desk
Agartala, Sept 20: Tripura council of ministers on Wednesday decided to fill up 147 vacant posts under various departments and approved a proposal for Janajati Welfare.
Briefing the media about the cabinet decisions, Minister for Tourism Sushanta Chowdhury said, 8 Sports Officers (Group-B, Gazetted) would be recruited directly through Tripura Public Service Commission (TPSC) under the Youth Affairs and Sports department.
He said, in another decision, the cabinet approved filling up of 50 vacant posts of Supervisor (Group-C, non-gazetted) under the Tribal Welfare and the SC Welfare departments on fixed pay basis.
The decisions also included filling up of 14 teaching posts in Maharaja Bir Bikram University under the Higher Education department. The recruitment would be conducted very soon.
The posts are- English Professor (1), Mathematics Professor (1), Library and Information Science Professor (1), Political Science Professor (1), Associate Professor English (1), Associate Professor Mathematics (1), Associate Professor Political Science (1), Associate Professor Library and Information Science (1), Assistant Professor Kokborok (4), Assistant Professor Mathematics (1) and Assistant Professor Librarian Information Science (1).
Besides, the cabinet also approved recruitment of 75 Assistant Professors in the General Degree Colleges.
Chowdhury said, the Tripura cabinet also decided to go paperless soon.
"The decision for e-cabinet has been approved by the council of ministers today. Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha will inaugurate it. Tripura will be the fourth state after Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Arunachal Pradesh to have e-cabinet," Chowdhury said.
The council of ministers also cleared proposals for creation of 125 posts for physical education teacher under the School Education department and 125 posts for Librarian for Vidyajyoti Schools, as per the provision of New Education Policy, Chowdhury told the reporters.
He also said, Janajati Welfare is one of the top priorities of the present state government.
As promised in the Vision Document and proposed in the State Budget, a target of spending Rs. 30 crore under the Chief Minister Tribal Development Mission for the first year has been set, Chowdhury.
The mission aims at providing livelihood support to Janajati families and improving road, infrastructure, drinking water facility, power supply, healthcare and education sectors in Janajati areas as well as provide employment opportunities with skill development training. He said, the beneficiary registration would commence soon.
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