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JPSC CDPO vacancy: There will be a change in the age of Jharkhand CDPO recruitment exam – JPSC CDPO: There will be a change in the age of Jharkhand CDPO recruitment exam, Education News

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Many proposals were approved in the cabinet meeting chaired by Jharkhand CM Champai Soren on Wednesday. In the age limit of CDPO exam conducted by JPSC, the minimum age limit of the candidates has been fixed as August 1, 2024 and maximum as August 1, 2019. Under the Tribal and Regional Language Promotion Scheme, tribal and regional language promoters will be appointed in 2350 primary schools in 13 notified districts of the state. Approval of amendment in Group C (Recruitment, Promotion and other service conditions) Rules, 2019 and (Amendment) Rules, 2022 of Jharkhand State Archives Cadre.

Other decisions of the cabinet
– Approval of determining the process of reservation and its rules in the case of small cadre for promotion to the posts of state level cadre.
– Approval to hand over the total land of 43.87 acres of Krishi Vigyan Kendra located in Sujani, Deoghar to Birsa Agricultural University free of cost.

– Approval of simplification of the medical reimbursement process being given to the officers of All India Service.
– Ex-post facto approval of the Cabinet to table the Jharkhand Economy Survey 2023-24 in the Assembly.
– Ex-post approval of the Cabinet on the budget estimates for the financial year 2024-25.

– Approval to relax the provision related to Jharkhand Junior Mining Engineering Service Rules.
– Approval of MOU between the Indian Council for Cultural Relations and the Government of Jharkhand for the conduct and promotion of cultural activities.
– Approval of amendment in the Secretariat instructions to conduct government work through e-office in the Secretariat and attached offices.

– Approval of MoU with Egarvements Foundation, Bengaluru for setting up ten bed ICU wards and Tele ICU on PPP mode in health centers and hospitals.
– Approval of Rs 132 crore as revolving fund in the financial year 2023-24 for the pending payment of rice millers, procurement centers, transport agents under the Paddy Procurement Scheme.
– Approval to increase the rate of dealer commission payable to PDS shopkeepers for food grains delivered from April 2024 from Rs 100 per quintal to Rs 150 per quintal.

– Approval to make payment of Rs 227.66 crore from state funds towards dealer commission dues of PDS shopkeepers.
– Unit mall will be formed to encourage handicraft sales in the state. A total of Rs 162 crore will be spent for this.
– Administrative approval of Rs 55.64 crore for the construction work of degree college at Chakulia under Kolhan University, Chaibasa.

– Approval of increase in the amount of free copies being provided to the students studying in classes one to eight in government schools.
– Approval for creation of five contract based posts in IT Cell in Jharkhand High Court.
– Approval of formation of District Rural Development Branch in all the districts.

– Approval of creation of 20 regular posts of translator in the establishment of High Court.
– Approval on the draft of amendment in Jharkhand Service Code, 2000.
– Post-incident approval of the third supplementary expenditure statement for the financial year 2023-24.

– Approval was given to amend Rule 18 of Jharkhand Salary Payment Rules, 1937.
– Approval of creation of 25 non-gazetted posts of non-cadre assistants for the establishment of the High Court.

No repeated service confirmation in annual increase in honorarium of para teachers
The annual honorarium increase of assistant teachers (para teachers) of Jharkhand will not have to be confirmed by the authority every year. This rule will be abolished. The decision on this was taken in the talks between a delegation of para teachers with the Department of School Education and Literacy. Talks were held between Secretary in-charge of Education Department Umashankar Singh, State Project Director Aditya Ranjan, MLA Sudivya Kumar Sonu, MLA Vinod Singh and the Sangh delegation. After the meeting, Pradyuman Singh of the delegation said that the technical difficulties mentioned earlier on the issue of pay scale were reiterated. The discussion on honorarium equivalent to the pay scale has increased and the MLAs assured to talk to Chief Minister Champai Soren on this matter. At the same time, it has been said that a decision should be taken soon on implementing EPF immediately and relaxing the compassionate provision. Education Secretary Umashankar Singh will talk to the Finance Secretary regarding EPF. In the talks, Binod Bihari Mahato, Rishikesh Pathak, Sheikh Siddiq, Vikas Choudhary, Narayan Mahato, Niranjan De, Vinod Tiwari, Belal Ahmed from Jharkhand Assistant Teacher Sangharsh Morcha and Pramod Kumar, Dashrath Thakur, Mithilesh Upadhyay, Meena from Tate organization. Kumari and Jharilal Mahato were included.