West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has announced the recruitment of 1.25 lakh new employees in various departments of the state government over the next few months. The appointments come ahead of the upcoming panchayat elections and aim to strengthen the workforce in key sectors.
The recruitment drive will include the appointment of 11,000 primary teachers, 14,500 secondary school teachers, 20,000 policemen, 12,000 Group D staffers, and 3,000 Group C staffers. In addition, the government plans to hire 2,000 professors and doctors each, 7,000 nurses and ASHA workers each, 9,493 Anganwadi workers, and 13,926 Anganwadi helpers.
During her announcement at the state secretariat Nabanna, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee urged opposition parties not to engage in political interference or create obstacles in the recruitment process.
She emphasised the importance of non-politicization when it comes to filling these crucial positions in the government, urging cooperation and support from all stakeholders.
Source by : India Today