Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has directed senior officials to start recruitment drives in the next three months and issue appointment letters to selected candidates in six months’ time. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath called for details of vacant posts from the heads of all departments of state. It is really good news for all the aspirants who are preparing for govt jobs in the state of Uttar Pradesh. The CM directed to ensure that recruitment drives are carried out in next three months in a transparent manner as was done in the recruitment for some three lakh jobs, and distribute appointment letters in six months. The chief minister would also be holding meetings in this regard with chiefs of all commissions and recruitment boards.
According to the UP CMO, till now 1,37,000 posts have been filled in the police department and 50,000 posts are filled for teachers. In other departments, more than one lakh posts have been filled. During the period of COVID-19, 1.25 crore people have been given employment, the CMO informed. Over 1 lakh people have been appointed in government sectors while 50,000 primary school teachers and 37,000 police constables have been recruited under the Adityanath rule.
As per the government’s data in 2017 a total of 1,37,253 people were recruited on various posts in the police department; 54,706 in the basic education department; 8,556 in the health and family welfare department and 28,622 under the National Health Mission program. Also, 26,103 people were given jobs through the Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission, UPPCS, 16,708 through the Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission, UPSSC. A total of 14,000 candidates were selected in the secondary education department and 4,615 in the higher education department until 2017.