Jaipur: Under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, in the meeting of the State Cabinet and the Council of Ministers held at the Chief Minister’s residence on Thursday evening, it was decided to open schools in the state from August 2. The decision was taken to open the schools from 1st to 12th from 2nd August. Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasara gave information by tweeting. In the meeting, there was an in-principle agreement on regular recruitment of computer instructors for schools, opening of schools and other educational institutions in the state for teaching work after the second wave of Kovid, approval of Rajasthan Jan Aadhaar Authority Rules-2021 and amendment in various service rules. Including many other important decisions were taken.
In the cabinet meeting held today, it has been decided to open all the schools in the state from August 02. @rajeduofficial
The cabinet decided that regular recruitment would now be done for the new cadre of computer instructors created in the order of the budget announcement made by the Chief Minister to connect the students with computer education in the government schools of the state. In the meeting, a detailed discussion was held on the opening of various educational institutions including schools, colleges, universities for teaching work. The Council of Ministers sought the opinion of expert doctors in this regard. On the status of opening of educational institutions in other states after the second wave. During this discussion was held. It was agreed in principle in the Council of Ministers that it would be appropriate to open educational institutions following the Kovid protocol and taking all precautions. Announcement of the date and Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) in this regard will be issued separately. Will go
The cabinet discussed in detail about the implementation of the Agriculture Infrastructure Fund scheme announced by the Government of India in the state. In this regard, the concerned department was directed to determine the guidelines. And approved the Rajasthan Jan Aadhar Authority Rules-2021 to reach the public transparently. Through this independent authority, effective implementation of the Rajasthan Jan Aadhar Scheme will be ensured. Also the E-Mitra project will be under this authority. can be brought.
In the meeting, the draft of amendment to the Rajasthan Tourism Business (Facilitation and Regulation) Act-2010 was approved. This will make the provisions of the Act more relevant and in line with other legal provisions. may be prescribed as an offence. This amendment motion will be presented in the Legislative Assembly. The cabinet has also approved the proposal to amend the Rajasthan Computer and Subordinate Services Rules, 1992. With this amendment, candidates were appointed from the reserved list on the posts that remained vacant due to non-joining of the candidates selected by direct recruitment on the post of information assistant. Can go
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