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Tripura Govt adopts new recruitment policy

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AGARTALA, May 19 - Tripura Government on Saturday passed a new recruitment policy as part of which all recruitments will be based on written examination results, said Education Minister Ratan Lal Nath.

The decision was made in a meeting of the State Cabinet presided over by Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb, Nath told the media here. In the same meeting, the old recruitment policy followed by Left Front Government has been annulled totally.

Nath said the written test is a must for all government recruitment even in Group-D category to maintain transparency. However, in case of technical posts like driver and DPT operator, etc., there will be ten per cent mark for showing their skill. This process will be videographed to ensure only genuine person get selected.

�A new institution to conduct written examination for all type of government recruitment will be set up very shortly. It will be like Teachers� Recruitment Board (TRB), which is conducting selection of government teachers after carrying out Teachers� Eligibility Test (TET).

Under the new appointment policy, Secretariat Service Rules have also been changed to bring transparency in the recruitment process. �From today onwards, Tripura Public Service Commission (TPSC) will conduct written tests for recruitment in Civil Secretariat and declare a list of suitable candidates�, he explained.

Apart from this, the Cabinet also decided to set aside ten per cent of police posts for women. At present, the State is having only four per cent women representation in 26,000 strong police force.

The Cabinet also cleared a proposal to appoint Neurosurgeon and Neuro-anestheologist on contract basis to boost up the existing trauma care centre at GBP hospital. �While Rs 3 lakh will be offered to Neurosurgeon per month, the Neuro-Anestheologist will get Rs 2 lakh per month�, he added.

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Tripura Govt adopts new recruitment policy

AGARTALA, May 19 - Tripura Government on Saturday passed a new recruitment policy as part of which all recruitments will be based on written examination results, said Education Minister Ratan Lal Nath.

The decision was made in a meeting of the State Cabinet presided over by Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb, Nath told the media here. In the same meeting, the old recruitment policy followed by Left Front Government has been annulled totally.

Nath said the written test is a must for all government recruitment even in Group-D category to maintain transparency. However, in case of technical posts like driver and DPT operator, etc., there will be ten per cent mark for showing their skill. This process will be videographed to ensure only genuine person get selected.

�A new institution to conduct written examination for all type of government recruitment will be set up very shortly. It will be like Teachers� Recruitment Board (TRB), which is conducting selection of government teachers after carrying out Teachers� Eligibility Test (TET).

Under the new appointment policy, Secretariat Service Rules have also been changed to bring transparency in the recruitment process. �From today onwards, Tripura Public Service Commission (TPSC) will conduct written tests for recruitment in Civil Secretariat and declare a list of suitable candidates�, he explained.

Apart from this, the Cabinet also decided to set aside ten per cent of police posts for women. At present, the State is having only four per cent women representation in 26,000 strong police force.

The Cabinet also cleared a proposal to appoint Neurosurgeon and Neuro-anestheologist on contract basis to boost up the existing trauma care centre at GBP hospital. �While Rs 3 lakh will be offered to Neurosurgeon per month, the Neuro-Anestheologist will get Rs 2 lakh per month�, he added.

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