A great opportunity is coming out for all the aspiring candidates who want to join the Central Govt. Recently our Union Minister of State for Personnel Jitendra Singh replied to the 9.79 lakh vacant posts in central government departments information received by the Lok Sabha, “All the ministries and departments of the central government have been requested to take action in a mission mode for filling up vacant posts in a time-bound manner.”
There were around 9.79 lakh vacant posts in central government departments against the sanctioned strength of 40.35 lakh as of March 1, 2021. The Lok Sabha was informed about these vacant posts on 20th July 2022. As per the annual report of pay research unit of the department of expenditure, there were 40,35,203 sanctioned posts under various ministries/departments of the central government, as on March 1, last year, according to a written reply by Union Minister of State for Personnel Jitendra Singh. The report said that as many as 30,55,876 central government civilian employees were in position on the date against the sanctioned strength. These vacant posts in various ministries and departments of the central government and their attached or subordinate offices arise due to promotion, retirement, resignation, and death, among others.
All the ministries and departments of the central government have been requested to take action in a mission mode for filling up vacant posts in a time-bound manner. Last month, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked various ministries and government departments to undertake the recruitment of 10 lakh candidates on a “mission mode” in the next year-and-a-half.
This news comes up as a piece of very good news for all the aspirants who were waiting for the government job opportunities to secure their future and who are facing the problem of unemployment even after having a graduate degree.
This is a great opportunity for the candidates who are looking forward to joining various government organizations. This announcement of the Union Minister of State for Personnel Jitendra Singh to employ 9.79 lakh candidates will surely solve the issue of unemployment which is rising on daily basis in our country. This is the perfect time for aspiring candidates to focus on their preparation and reserve their seats in a government organization with a secured job.
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