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Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  10 Feb 2017 12:00 AM GMT

From Our Correspondent

Itagar, Feb 9: The Confederation of Service Associations of Aruchal Pradesh (CoSAAP) has welcomed the decision of state cabinet headed by chief minister Pema Khandu to create 42 posts under Aruchal Pradesh Civil Service (APCS) for filling 84 posts at the entry level. The decision to fill up of 19 posts of APCS (EG) through Lateral Entry System, 56 posts for Traffic police and 29 posts of non-teaching staff for Government College and Polytechnic, creation of 34 posts of teaching and non-teaching posts for making functiol of Jote Law College and creation of as many as 152 posts under various categories for efficient manning of newly created districts are encouraging decision taken by the cabinet, a statement from the CoSAAP said. The association also lauded the chief minister and his cabinet to conduct the recruitment of Group B (non-gazetted) Group C and other ministerial posts through APPSC by amending the Aruchal Pradesh Public Service Commission (Limitation of Functions) Regulations, 1988 for transparent recruitment. While welcoming all the welfare decisions taken during the last cabinet meeting, the CoSAAP further appealed Khandu to consider the legitimate demands of state government employees which are still pending. Meanwhile, the All Nyishi Youth Association (ANYA) has also welcomed and appreciated the decision of chief minister Pema Khandu of committing to create Kamla district.

Khandu had made the announcement on the occasion of Boori Boot Yullo festival recently. Expressing hope that the chief minister would materialize his commitment into reality as early as possible, the association stated that if the same fulfilled, then it would be a boon to the people of Kamle valley.

ANYA further appealed the chief minister to also create Pakke-Kessang district as soon as possible stating that the people of Pakke-Kassang valley are deprived of various basic amenities and necessities.

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