Punjab to provide 33% reservation for women in govt jobs
Chandigarh, March 19: Punjab cabinet has decided to provide 33 per cent reservation for women in all government jobs. The decision was taken in the first cabinet meeting chaired by Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh at Chandigarh today.
The cabinet also decided to increase representation of women in the Panchayati Raj Institutions and Urban Local Bodies from the present 33 per cent to 50 per cent. A series of decisions were also taken for the benefit of freedom fighters.
The cabinet has decided to provide a house to every freedom fighter and 300 units of free electricity every month. It was also decided to provide one out-of-turn tube well connection to the freedom fighters and to exempt them from paying toll tax for state highways, the spokesperson added.
You might also like
New Delhi, March 15: Indo-Bangladesh Land Boundary Agreement (LBA), 1974 provides for exchange of enclaves between the two countries and it necessitated development and integration of Bangladeshi enclaves in India
The pitch at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru, which hosted the second Test between Australia and India last week, has been given a “below average” rating by the ICC
New Delhi, March 23: A group of school children from Arunachal Pradesh called on the Union Minister of State for Home Affairs, Kiren Rijiju here today. The group comprised of
Bhupesh Baghel comments will govt liquor shops will have POS Related
New water augumentation scheme for arsenic affected Related
New Delhi, March 23: The Lt. Governor, Puducherry Dr. Kiran Bedi addressed the 35th National Symposium of Heads of Police Training Institutions here today. The two-day Symposium is being organised