HP Cabinet Decisions : Teachers yielding 100% results to get extension with monetary benefits
SHIMLA- In the Cabinet meeting, chaired the Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh, held on Thursday, various decision were taken by the Himachal Pradesh Government including announcement of schemes, posts to be filled, amendments etc.
In order to bring back to deteriorating education quality in Himachal’s government schools and improve the results, Govt. approved and launched “Mukhya Mantri Shikshak Samman Yojana” in the State. The Govt. believes that the Scheme would motivate teachers (TGT/PGT/Headmasters/Principals) to deliver better overall results, particularly in subjects like Maths, Science and English etc. The teacher will be awarded with incentives and offers of extension of service on achieving 100 percent results.
It was stated that one year extension would be given to the teachers who will consistently give 100 percent results in Board Examinations for a period of five years.
Cabinet also gave approval to introduce Education as a new subject at Under Graduate level in Government Degree Colleges for 2017-18. The subject will be introduced only in institutes with student strength of four thousand or more. The objective, the Cabinet claimed, is to prepare students for admission in various examinations.
It was decided that the winter session of State Legislative will be held at Dharamsala from 19 to December 23, 2016.
‘Start-up/Innovation Projects/ New Industries’ Scheme
‘Chief Minister’s Start-up/innovation Projects/ New Industries’ Scheme was also launched. Government claimed it to be an attempt to create self-employment and for up-grading the skill of entrepreneurs besides providing them all support including professional guidance etc. Govt. claimed that the scheme aims at helping and hand-holding entrepreneurs to select viable projects in the potential areas in manufacturing and service sectors and train them to set up start-ups and subsequently manage and run their enterprises professionally.
Govt. to Levy Contingency Charges on Central Agencies
On the analogy of various States like Haryana, Bihar, Assam etc., the Cabinet decided to levy administrative and contingency charges @ 9 percent for Central Government Ministries and various Public Sectors Units including National Highway Authority of India, Railways and Ministry of Defense etc for initiating several land acquisition proceedings in the State.
About 1004 Technical Assistants would be declared as Daily Wagers under MNREGA who have completed five years of service as on March 31, 2016. Regular wages would be provided to 663 Technical Assistants from September 26, 2012 under MNREGA.
It also gave its nod to create PWD-C section in H.P. Secretariat along with requisite staff.
Cabinet agreed for re-opening of Outpost Government Railway Police at Kandrouri of district Kangra.
The Cabinet also decided to upgrade Veterinary Dispensary Jahalma in Lahaul & Spiti district to Veterinary Hospital.
Decision was taken to open Veterinary Dispensary at village Ruwad in Gram Panchayat Dhaugi in Kullu.
Issuance of NOC for running new five private Nursing Institute in the State is approved along with enhancement in existing seats of different courses in Eight Private Nursing Institutions.