HP will fill 320 positions on a contractual basis | News from Shimla

Shimla: The state cabinet decided in a meeting here on Wednesday to fill 320 positions in various categories under the National health mission on a contractual basis.
In addition, to relieve horticulturists, he gave his ex post facto approval for the reimbursement of the 6% subsidy on the purchase of packaging material (boxes and trays, whether purchased through HPMC or on the market free) as of April 1 by verifying the GST paid. invoice, proof of sale and bank details linked to Aadhar.
Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur chaired this meeting where the cabinet decided to increase the fair price shop owners commission to Rs 50 per quintal from Rs 7.57 on the sale of sugar and 4% from 3% on items under the state specially subsidized scheme.
He approved the disposal of a bigha at Kothon village in Solan district to Mandyal Sabha Solan for a community hall on an annual lease of Rs 2.35 lakh with a 5% increase every five years for the next 30 years.
The cabinet also approved the allocation of additional land to Shimla’s Vivekanand Center Nabha estate for a herb garden and meditation hall on an annual lease of Rs 1.54 lakh with a 5% increase every five years during the next 30 years.
The state cabinet has also approved the opening of academic universities in Ridkmar in Shahpur Vidhan Sabha region of Kangra district, Baruna in Nalagarh Vidhan Sabha region of Solan district and Galor in Nadaun Vidhan Sabha region of Hamirpur district, in addition to creating 16 posts of different categories in each of the public colleges.
Approval was also granted to fill 12 positions in the newly approved government college at Banikhet in Chamba district. The firm has consented to regularize the construction done at Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri Government Medical College and Hospital, Ner Chowk, Mandi District.
As a sign of respect for the martyrs, the cabinet decided to rename public schools after Shahid Kamal Kant at Kotri Beas of Sirmaur District, Shaheed Ravinder Singh Chauhan in Sunog, Shaheed Sohan Singh in Manpur Devra, and Shahid Rajender Singh in Banaur (Sirmaur district).

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