Process initiated to fill-up 50,000 vacancies in Haryana.
Chandigarh, July 23 – Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal said that process has been initiated to fill-up 50,000 vacancies and meanwhile the departments have been directed to recruit employees temporarily on contract basis for a year.
This was stated by Chief Minister in his meeting with the officers of Haryana Civil Service, 2013 batch, here today.
He said that the offices of Regional Transport Authority and the system to issue licences are being made online and the rules for maps of buildings are being simplified.
He exhorted the officers not to link themselves with any political party or group and work with sincerity and dedication by differentiating between the right and wrong. Also, whatever duty is assigned to them, they should discharge it by remaining within the system. They should work with the spirit of Antodya as that would give them satisfaction.
He directed them to work promptly on the complaints and suggestions received at CM Window and in this regard they could contact on e-mail id email@example.com.
Mr. Manohar Lal said that e-registration system has been introduced to check corruption in the office of Tehsildar. Similarly, emphasis has been laid on maximum use of information technology to eliminate corruption. Also, the government is laying stress on maximum use of online system so that officers know the status of movement of file.
The Chief Minister also appreciated the maximum use of IT being made by the officers. He advised the HCS officers to connect themselves with common man and ensure that the benefits of schemes like cleanliness drive, Beti Bacho-Bati Padao programme and other such schemes must percolate to the grass-root level. He said that they should motivate the people to pay electricity bill regularly.
Among others present on the occasion included Chief Secretary Mr. DS Dhesi, Additional Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Dr. Rakesh Gupta, Deputy Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Mr. Rajbir Singh, OSD Mr. Mukul Kumar and Media Advisor Mr. Amit Arya.