Udaipur. On the initiative of the head of the state government, Shri Ashok Gehlot, Rajasthan-Mission 2030 campaign was launched to prepare the 'Developed Rajasthan 2030' document with the aim of making Rajasthan a leading state of the country by the year 2030 with the aim of all-round development of the state and providing prosperity and social security to the people of the state. Is going away. In this, suggestions are being received by communicating with various stakeholders. In this series, on Saturday, under the direction of District Collector Arvind Poswal, a counseling program was organized for the youth who wanted to apply for recruitment in various services of the state government, in the Deendayal Auditorium of the Municipal Corporation, in the presence of Additional District Collector City Rajeev Dwivedi.
First of all, Additional Chief Executive Officer, Zilla Parishad and District Nodal Officer, Rajasthan Mission 2030 Vinay Pathak and CPO and Assistant Nodal Officer Puneet Sharma gave information about the steps and innovations taken by the state government regarding recruitment. Documentary regarding Rajasthan Mission 2030 was shown. After this, suggestions were invited from all the youth. The youth openly expressed their views and shared suggestions on recruitment process, coaching, reservation related issues etc.
Important contribution of youth in building developed Rajasthan:
Addressing the meeting, ADM City Dwivedi described the youth and their suggestions as important to realize the dream of developed Rajasthan. Welcoming all the suggestions, he assured to convey the suggestions received from the present youth power to the government. NCC, NSS cadets including officers-employees and a large number of youth were present in the programme.
In the programme, the youth expressed their views on completion of recruitments on time, issuing calendar of state recruitments on the lines of Union Public Service Commission, prompt disposal of disputes arising in recruitment examinations and recruitment cases pending in the court and for this a special Suggested the formation of a court. Similarly, examination centers should be kept near the residence of the candidates, arrangements for free transportation to and from the examination centers, women and girl students should be allotted examination centers in their home district as far as possible, all recruitment examinations should be conducted to avoid paper leaks. To be conducted online, the government should make arrangements for free coaching to bright students for the preparation of recruitment examinations, priority should be given to economic reservation instead of caste reservation in recruitment examinations and 10 percent EWS reservation should be increased, agriculture in rural areas should be given priority. Providing maximum employment opportunities related to recruitment, establishment of library at Panchayat level, development of mobile application for information and application of recruitment examinations so that candidates can get all the information related to recruitment on their mobile, inclusion of moral education in recruitment examinations. Suggestions were also received for increasing the reservation of sports quota, making provision for monitoring and strict law and order according to high security standards, from preparing examination papers in view of paper leak cases in various recruitment examinations to declaring the results of the examination, etc.