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Ratan Lal Nath advocates Group-C recruitment for enhanced Group-D opportunities

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BY TC News Desk

Agartala, September 14: The former Education minister and incumbent Power minister Ratan Lal Nath asserted on Thursday that the Group-C job offers have been announced with the intention of providing increased employment opportunities to fresh candidates in Group-D positions.

Speaking to reporters over the announcement of names for Group-C posts in different departments of the government, Nath said that the Joint Recruitment Board of Tripura (JRBT) was formed for Group-C and Group-D posts.

“A state cabinet gave not recruit 2410 candidates for Group-C and 2500 for Group-D. Accordingly, 1,980 offers were released yesterday while the Board did not get ex-servicemen, four kinds of physical handicapped, etc. aspirants for rest 430 posts allotted in Group-C category”, he added.

Stating the significance of releasing recruitment offers of Group-C posts, minister said “There are many aspirants who have qualified both in Group C and D. Hence, Group-C’s list was announced first so that the candidates are accommodated and leave space for fresh aspirants in Group-D posts. The procedure of recruitment for Group-D will be started soon.”

Replying to a query, Nath said “Aspirants from outside state has also applied for Group C and D posts. Thereafter, the state cabinet had framed rules that 100 percent state domicile can apply for government jobs in Tripura.”

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