CM Bizenjo approves appointments on 804 vacancies in S&GAD
File Photo: Chief Minister Balochistan, Mir Quddus Bizenjo speaking to reporters at PDM office: Photo provided by CM Secretariat

CM Bizenjo approves appointments on 804 vacancies in S&GAD

Staff Reporter :

QUETTA: Chief Minister Balochistan, Mir Quddus Bizenjo has approved appointments on 804 vacancies in the Services and General Administration Department (S&GAD). “This was the longstanding demand of the educated youth of Balochistan”, the Spokesman CM Secretariat said on Thursday evening.

CM has given the approval on a summary sent by the S&GAD. The present government has determined to provide jobs to the educated youth of Balochistan on merit, the Spokesman stated. No recruitment made in the S&GAD department since 2011.

Candidates had repeatedly applied on these posts

The candidates had repeatedly applied in the department during the last decade. However, governments used to postpone the recruitment process. The CM has directed the department to make sure immediate appointments on the posts. Thousands of youth from Balochistan had applied for the posts repeatedly advertised by the department.

CM Balochistan has also disposed of 596 files and summaries during the last two months. The files and summaries were pending during the former CM’s era, the Spokesman noted. Mr. Bizenjo has already directed all concerned officials to make sure timely and fair solution of issues relating to the province.

Govt to recruit 43 DSPs through BPSC

Balochistan government has also decided to recruit 43 deputy superintendents of police (DSPs) through Balochistan Public Service Commission. The government has asked the commission to advertise the posts within the next ten days to give an opportunity to the educated youth of Balochistan to explore their talents.

The present government has taken a number of initiatives to ensure the provision of jobs to the unemployed youth of Balochistan. The government has also decided to recruit teachers in Quetta and other districts of Balochistan to overcome the issue of lack of teachers in government-run schools. Similarly, the health department Balochistan has also been asked to advertise vacant posts in various districts of  the province

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