About 30,000 vacancies will be created for jobs in Gujarat government at a time. Panchayat, police recruitment hanging in election code of conduct, announcement after counting of votes .
The newly formed Lok Rakshak Recruitment Board of Gandhinagar Home Department was to start the process of filling up of nomination forms for various cadres including LRD in Class-II from October 1.
However, since the local body elections are in Gandhinagar itself, there is a backlash against the official announcement due to the code of conduct. Now, after the counting of votes on Tuesday, the selection boards of the panchayat department, including various recruitment boards in the police system, will make an official announcement.
Recruitment for 30,000 posts in Gujarat government has been postponed due to Kovid-12 epidemic. For its completion, various recruitment bodies, boards and selection boards will announce between Navratri and Diwali. The recruitment of 300 posts of clerks and talatis announced by the panchayat department at the district level three years ago has been canceled. Instead, at the state level, more than 50,000 unemployed youth with quality merit on government records in the state are facing shortage of recruitment of education assistants. Many of them are even nearing the age limit for government recruitment.
The Tate Pass candidates have submitted to the Chief Minister that the government has spoken out in the last two years. On October 9, 2018, the then Education Minister will make centralized recruitment in the year 2020. Panchayat Talati, including Multi Purpose Health Worker, has 13,200 vacancies in 6 different categories. In addition to 15,000 Lok Rakshak Dal personnel in the police system, recruitment has been announced for about 2,500 posts including Home Guard and TRB. In addition, it announced the recruitment of all 5,000 education assistants, including health,
and then 500 in the year 2021. First for other media and then for Gujarati medium. However, recruitment has not yet taken place. While there are more than 6,000 vacancies in the government primary education sector in Gujarat, there is a demand to complete the recruitment of education assistants which has been stalled for three years.
The government has sought information on vacancies in the department. Pressure has increased on the departmental recruitment institutes including GPSC, Secondary Service, Panchayat Service Selection Board to complete the past 8 stalled recruitments and new recruitment processes before the Assembly-208 elections.