26,000 Government Posts to be Filled in Jammu and Kashmir
The Government of Jammu and Kashmir has recently announced that it will be filling up more than 26,000 vacancies in various government departments. The posts include both Gazetted and Non-Gazetted positions, as well as Class IV positions. The recruitment process will be carried out through the Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) and the Public Service Commission (PSC). The exercise is being undertaken to ensure that all vacancies arising in the departments are referred by March 31.
The recruitment process will begin immediately and the vacancies will be referred to the JKSSB and PSC as soon as possible. The annual calendar will ensure that vacancies which accrue in the calendar year, are referred to the respective agencies immediately after the start of the calendar year. This will help to ensure that the recruitment process is carried out in a timely manner, and that the vacancies are filled up as soon as possible.
Types of Positions
The vacancies that are being filled up include both Gazetted and Non-Gazetted positions, as well as Class IV positions. This is significant as it means that there will be opportunities available for job seekers across all levels of the government hierarchy. The availability of vacancies across all levels is expected to increase the chances of job seekers getting employment in the government sector.
Impact on Unemployment
The filling up of these vacancies is expected to have a significant impact on unemployment in the region. With more than 26,000 vacancies being filled up in less than a year, there will be a large number of job opportunities available to unemployed youth. This is particularly significant in a region where there is a high level of unemployment, and where government jobs are seen as a desirable career option.
The announcement of more than 26,000 vacancies being filled up in various government departments in Jammu and Kashmir is a significant development. The recruitment process will be carried out through the JKSSB and PSC, and the vacancies include positions at all levels of the government hierarchy. This is expected to have a significant impact on unemployment in the region, and will provide job opportunities to a large number of unemployed youth.