Government Jobs: Reservation for backward classes increased in jobs, CM said- Backlogs of OBC A and B will be filled on priority basis

Orhan Wadia
Orhan Wadia - Editor
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Backward Class Reservation in Haryana: There is good news for the youth who want a government job. Now you are going to get a big benefit of reservation. Chief Minister Naib Singh Saini has opened the box of announcements for the welfare of OBC class in Haryana and to give big benefits to the youth in government jobs. Know, what announcements have Haryana CM Naib Singh Saini made?

Government Jobs Haryana: What's New in OBC Reservation?

  • The Haryana Chief Minister said that till now the annual income limit of the creamy layer under reservation for backward classes in jobs in the state is Rs 6 lakh from all sources, which will be increased to Rs 8 lakh.
  • He said that the reservation for backward classes in Group-A and Group-B posts is 15 percent. Now on the lines of the Central Government, it will be increased from 15 percent to 27 percent for all backward classes.
  • Apart from this, the backlog of backward class-A and B in jobs will be filled on priority basis. For this, preparations are being made to run a special recruitment campaign.
  • To ensure that OBC youth get employment easily, he also talked about giving 27 per cent reservation in appointments in Haryana Skill Employment Corporation.

Other promises of Haryana CM

Nayab Singh Saini said that in the last 10 years, the government has fulfilled its responsibility in providing benefits to the OBC community at every level in Haryana. Nuh district of Haryana has been included in the ambitious scheme of the central government. To provide better quality education to the children of the OBC community, they are being given full support in the field of education by providing scholarships ranging from Rs 12 thousand to Rs 20 thousand.

The Chief Minister informed the gathering present at the conference about taking active steps to focus on the beautification of the urban area. He said that in the coming one week, garbage heaps will not be seen in any ward of Gurgaon urban area. Necessary instructions have been given to the officials in this regard and by June 30, along with improving the cleaning system of drains, concrete steps will be taken to make the city roads free from garbage.

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