Sunday, April 1, 2018

Remuneration of instructors working under hospitality scheme fixed

The Haryana government has fixed the remuneration of Instructors working under hospitality scheme in sub-offices on contract basis under outsourcing policy part-II in Government Industrial Training Institutes being run by the Skill Development and Industrial Training Department to Rs 35,400 per month. This will be effective from November 1, 2017.
            While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Department said that similarly, Lab Attendent engaged under similar policy and scheme would get monthly remuneration of Rs 19,900.
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Haryana Government has decided to sougth financial assistance from Centre for construction of 1,33,761 houses in six towns in the state under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY).
            These and other decisions were taken in a State Level Sanctioning and Monitoring Committee meeting of PMAY chaired by Chief Secretary, Mr D.S. Dhesi here.
            The state government would send an action plan to the Centre for getting financial assistance to contruct these houses. The meeting also approved a proposal to send the projects of first and second phase concerning giving financial assistance for construction of houses for 70,671 families in 55 towns to the Centre.
            It was also decided to provide one more opportunity to those 81,000 applicants who had applied under PMAY but their applications have errors or their documents were incomplete.
TEXTBOOKS IN SCHOOLS: In Haryana, textbooks will be available in all government schools before the commencement of new academic session which is being started from April 2.
          While stating this in Rewari today, an official spokesman said that this was for the first time when the work of delivering textbooks in schools was being completed before the start of new session. This time, the government had paid complete attention in this direction. Earlier, due to delay in availability of textbooks in schools, courses were not completed on time and both the student and teacher were worried. This had also impacted the results. This time the textbooks have already been reached in schools before the commencement of new session.
          He said that there is provision to provide free text books from I to VIII classes in all government schools in the state. The new academic session would start from April 2 and study in schools would not be disrupted due to lack of books.
          He said that textbooks from I to V and VII classes had already been reached in government school and the same for VI and VIII standard would reach either today or tomorrow.

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