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Odisha Chief Minister directed various departments to fill up vacant posts as soon as possible.

Bhubaneswar:28/10/17 Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has directed various departments to fill up vacant posts in the state government as soon as possible.

Patnaik said this at a meeting after launching a web portal for proper verification of employment and training process last evening.

The states finance department has approved recruitment in 90,465 posts, but appointment has been made in only 46,500 posts so far.

“Posting of Assistant Section Officers has been completed in the State Secretariat while recruitment of two batches of Odisha Administrative Service officers is also underway,” said Ashok Meena, Special Secretary, General Administration department.

Discussion was also held on taking steps to conduct Odisha Civil Services examination every year, and to ensure quick publication of the result of this year’s OCS examination, Meena said.

The government is considering to create 5,244 more posts for quicker operations in all the departments.

 

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