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Himachal govt approves regularisation of about 3000 part-time employees
The Himachal Cabinet in its meeting today accorded approval to regularise the services of about 3000 Part Time Water Carriers and Water Carriers-cum Peon on Daily wages working in Higher/Elementary Education department, appointed under 1996 and 2001 policy. This would cost around Rs. 60 crore extra on the State exchequer.

Those who have rendered 14 years continuous service till 31st March, 2016 and 30th September, 2016, (as well as on the same dates in subsequent years) be regularized as Peon (Class-IV) against the available vacancies throughout the State.

The Cabinet also decided to regularise the service of 64 Daily Wagers by creating 54 personal supernumerary posts of various categories, involving relaxation in educational qualification in 32 cases. The Cabinet meeting was chaired by Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh.

The Cabinet also decided for framing the Himachal Pradesh Conferment of Proprietary Rights (in certain cases, for small and marginal farmers) on Government Land Scheme, 2017.

The Cabinet gave its approval for restoration of lease of Government land allotted in favour of Patanjali Yogpeeth Trust, Haridwar (Uttrakhand) for establishing a Branch of Yog and Ayurved related Medical Science Research and Health, Tourism and production of Herbal Medicinal plants at Mauza Kalhog, Tehsil Kandaghat district Solan.

A major decision was also taken to issue Bonafide Himachali Certificate to the women of the State, who are married to persons having their permanent home outside Himachal Pradesh. This has been done with a view to give them security for rest of their lives.

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