Chamling launches ‘One Household One Job’ scheme in Sikkim – Information by


Chamling launches ‘One Household One Job’ scheme in Sikkim

Sikkim Chief Minister Pawan Kumar Chamling on January 12 launched the ‘One Household One Job’ scheme which entitles one authorities job for each household within the state.

Chamling had introduced the scheme final yr through the winter session of the state Legislative Meeting.

At a “Rojgar Mela” (employment honest) organised on the Paljor stadium in Gangtok, over 12,000 unemployed youths have been handed out appointment letters on January 12.

Nonetheless, the letters have been awarded solely to members of these households which would not have a authorities job at current.

The duty of offering employment was entrusted to the Division of Personnel.

Chamling additionally introduced that over 25,000 already employed however unregularised authorities workers would even be subsequently regularised inside 2019 based on their seniority.

“Sikkim has change into the primary state within the nation to hold out such an unique programme for the individuals who would now be entitled to state authorities worker benifits,” Chamling mentioned.

He additionally mentioned that Sikkim was the one state that earmarks 70 per cent of its revenues in direction of salaries for state authorities workers.

As of now, the state authorities has over 1 lakh regularised workers on its rolls from a inhabitants of simply 6.four lakh.

Sikkim can be the one state within the nation that provides the best salaries to state authorities workers, Chamling added.

Chamling launches ‘One Household One Job’ scheme in Sikkim – Information by


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