Telangana State Finance Ministry announced on Wednesday it will hire 3,334 posts in the fire, excise, interdiction and forestry departments in the Telangana state government.
In this regard, the Chief Secretary (Finance) Department K. Ramakrishna Rao issued separate Government Orders (GO) on Wednesday. According to the GO order, of the total number of posts announced, 1668 posts in the forestry department, 861 new jobs in the fire service, 14 vacancies in the finance department and 14 jobs in the natural disaster prevention department were announced along with others.
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The jobs announced by the notification are in addition to the 80,039 jobs announced by Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao in the Legislative Assembly in March. Shortly after the announcement of the State CM, 30,453 jobs have already been sanctioned in the first tranche.
All jobs in forest department:
Forest Beat Officers – 1,393
Forest Section Officers – 92
Technical Assistants – 32
Junior supervisors – 9
Assistant Conservator of the Forest – 18
Forest Range Officers – 14
Junior – Junior –3)
Assistant Professor (FCRI) -21,
Associate Professor (FCRI) -4,
PET (FCRI) –2,
Assistant Concierge – 1,
Caretaker – 1,
Assistant Manager – 1,
Lieutenant – 1,
Assistant Equipment Manager – 1
All vacancies at the fire service:
Station Officers – 26,
Firefighters – 610,
Driver – Operator – 225
Breweries Corporation 40
Assistant Stores Officer-Grade-2,
Data Processing Assistant-8,
Data Processing Officer-3.
All jobs in the Prohibition and Excise Department:
Ban excise agents– 614,
Junior Assistants (local) -8,
Junior Assistants (state) -114,
Assistant chemical researcher – 15.
Natural Disaster Prevention Department: Junior Assistants (Headquarters) -14
In March, Prime Minister KCR announced that the state government will fill about 91,142 government jobs. The CM had announced the regularization of 11,103 contract worker jobs in the state, bringing the announcement to a total of 91,142 jobs in the state.
Following this, the Telangana State Backward Classes Commission has launched free training classes for candidates for government jobs. According to the reports, several unemployed people who cannot afford the coaching center fees are concerned about not being able to receive training.
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