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Telangana govt should come out with annual recruitment calendar, says Congress leader Dasoju Sravan | Hyderabad News – Times of India

HYDERABAD: The Congress has urged the newly appointed chairman of Telangana state public service commission to come out with an annual recruitment calendar as over 40 lakh unemployed youth in Telangana are eagerly awaiting job notifications.
All India Congress Committee president Dasoju Sravan also demanded that the state government increase the upper age limit to 44 years for the jobless youth to be eligible for government employment in the state.
Referring to a recent notification issued by TSPSC for filling up of posts in veterinary university, Sravan said the upper age limit was fixed at 34 years. If the same rule is followed in the upcoming job notifications, lakhs of youth will be deprived of employment. While Telangana statehood movement had kept youth away from competitive examinations, even in the last seven years of TRS government tenure, no major job notifications have been issued.
“About 11 years of productive life has been wasted by the youth. Now what will be their fate if the government puts an upper age limit at 34 years. We demand the government to do away with this rule and put an upper age limit of 44 years,” Sravan said.
He sought to highlight the plight of 893 staff nurses who were selected through a TSPSC notification issued in 2017 but denied posting. The issue of 893 qualified staff nurse candidates should be resolved immediately, he said.
Of the total 4.91 lakh sanctioned posts in Telangana, the Biswal Committee identified 1.91 lakh vacancies in the government sector. There are nearly 1.5 lakh contract employees working in the state. With the creation of 33 new districts, 74 new revenue divisions, 593 mandals and new corporations, there is a need for creating additional 2 lakh new jobs, which means around 5 lakhs jobs can be filled by the state government, Sravan said.
Over six months after the CM said that 50,000 would be filled up, it has not been done so far, he added.


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