Qualified individuals are hired by the state government’s various ministries under the current BJP-led administration. Ratan Lal Nath, the minister of agriculture and farmers welfare, stated that this has made it easier to provide government services to the state’s common citizens.
The aforementioned remarks were made by Minister Ratan Lal Nath on Saturday while he was giving employment offer letters to 37 candidates for the position of LDC under the Department of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare (29) and Election Commission (8).
Offers from the corresponding departments must be submitted by December 4th.
The Minister added, “The BJP-led government believes in transparent recruitment policy,” as she addressed the programme. These days, JRBT, TET, and TPSC-style exams are used to hire young people with qualifications and education for a variety of state government positions. The introduction of worthy and educated individuals has made it easier to provide the general public with better services.
Nath encouraged the recently hired employees to work towards the betterment of their departments and the general public, advising them to view their departments as families.
He went on, “The current government is placing the highest priority on the general development of the populace, particularly that of farmers, village dwellers, the impoverished, and those in need. The administration is working very hard to create jobs and increase the state’s youth’s level of independence.
Currently, the state is home to more than 51,000 women-led self-help organisations. There are almost 8 lakh ladies connected to it. Approximately 85,000 women who earn more than Rs 1 lakh a year have become Lakhpati Didis to date, he said.
The state government is attempting to enhance people’s quality of life by providing services right at their doorstep.
The Minister stated, “People in the rural area are provided with drinking water connections under Jal Jeevan Mission, houses under PMAY scheme, toilets, and others to improve their lifestyle.”
Director of Agriculture Department Jen Mog, Additional Chief Electoral Officer of Election Department USA, Secretary of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Department Apurba Roy Dr. Saradindu Das, Director of the Department of Horticulture and Land Conservation