564 Jobs approved under deceased employees’ quota in Sindh

564 Jobs approved under deceased employees’ quota - Sindh Courier5327 persons employed in various provincial govt. depts. Under deceased quota since 2019

Sindh Chief Secretary Mumtaz Shah seeks report on implementation of disabled persons’ job quota

Karachi: In a meeting presided over by Sindh Chief Secretary Syed Mumtaz Ali Shah on Tuesday, some 564 jobs were approved in various provincial government departments under the deceased employees’ quota.

With this new approval, the number of the persons employed in various provincial government departments under the deceased employees’ quota since 2019 has increased to 5327.

The approved employment for the heirs of the deceased employees in today’s meeting include 207 in school education, 79 in health department, 37 in irrigation department, 60 in local government, 34 in works and services, 8 in college education, 8 in food department, 9 jobs in livestock department, 18 in public health department, 9 in home department, 2 in services & general administration department, one in Chief Minister’s Secretariat, 28 in revenue department, 3 in anti-corruption department, 4 in social welfare and 12 in forest department.

The Deceased Quota Committee directed the secretaries of respective departments for issuing the appointment orders to the approved candidates and releasing the salaries to them.

Chief Secretary Mumtaz Shah also sought the reports from all the Deputy Commissioners of province regarding the District Recruitment Committees’ performance. He wanted to know how many sessions the District Recruitment Committees have held so far.

Chief Secretary further directed all the secretaries of administrative departments of provincial government to submit reports regarding the implementation of job quota of disabled persons as well as the deceased employees.

Senior Member Board of Revenue Illm-u-din Bullo, Chairman Anti-Corruption Establishment Muhammad Iqbal Memon, Secretary Services Saeed Ahmed Mangnejo and secretaries of law, school education and other concerned departments attended the meeting. (PR)





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