The Chief Minister Harish Rawat has asked the Public Service Commission to complete the procedure of appointing doctors on vacant posts. He has also asked to speed up the process of inducting lectures for Inter College and PCS Officers.
While reviewing the working and problems of Public Service Commission at the conference Hall situated at the Secretariat with the Director and members of the commission, he said that the process of appointing doctors in hilly areas must soon begin. Other appointments should also be done soon.
He on being informed about several problems being faced by the department ordered for their solution at the earliest.
He said that money will be provided for arrangement of several examinations organized by the commission.
He added that eligible officers must be appointed for revision in commission’s regulations so that work is not delayed. He also ordered that a meeting presided over by the CS must be carried out every two months to solve issues and problems being faced by the commission.
The Chairman of the commission Dr DP Joshi expressed gratitude to the CM for giving approval for the proposal of raising honorarium of the eminent experts associated with the commission.
In the context of the changing circumstances of the state and the need to integrate new technology, a new curriculum has been introduced in the PCS preliminary and main examinations.
The commission had conducted PCS (Preliminary) examinations on 30th November. Its results will be announced by 15th January, 2015.
He said that that the commission has appointed people for 18776 posts. He assured early appointment for the posts of doctors and lecturers as well.
On the occasion State Public Service Commission, Members Professor Manjula Rana, MC Upreti, Sumer Chandra Ravi, Dr Chaya Shukla, Sanjay Sharma, Principal Secretary Radha Raturi and CM Mohommad Shahid were also present.