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6 posts of Under Secys, 11 posts of Pvt Secys; Skill Development Mission Society approved

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Cabinet approves 6 posts of Under Secys, 11 posts of Pvt Secys; Skill Development Mission Society

SRINAGAR, OCTOBER 14: The Cabinet which met here today under the chairmanship of Chief Minister, Ms Mehbooba Mufti accorded sanction to the creation of six (6) posts of Under Secretaries to the Government and eleven (11) posts of Private Secretaries in the Pay Band-2 Rs 9300-34800 with Grade Pay of Rs 4800 in the and Secretariat (Gazetted) Service-I and Jammu and Kashmir Secretariat (Gazetted) Service-II, respectively.

The Cabinet directed the GAD, to carry out the necessary amendments in the J&K Secretariat (Gazetted) Service Recruitment Rules, as a result of the cadre review.

The proposal was approved following the recommendations of the Cabinet Sub Committee constituted for Cadre Review of the Jammu and Kashmir Administrative Service.

To bring all departments undertaking skill development activities under one umbrella, the Cabinet which met here today under the chairmanship of Chief Minister, Ms Mehbooba Mufti, gave nod to the creation of a separate Skill Development Mission Society, as an inclusive and dedicated structure for implementation of all skill development initiatives in the State.

The Society shall be set up under the name and style ‘Jammu and Kashmir Skill Development Mission Society' (J&KSDMS). It will work to integrate the skill development programmes of Centre and the State government in consultation and collaboration with all the concerned departments.

The Society shall have two tier structures constituting a (i) Mission body (ii) a Governing Council. Each of these structures shall have its own set of objectives and functions.

The Cabinet authorised the Technical Department to approach the Registrar of Societies for registration of J&KSDMS under the J&K Registration of Societies Act, 1998.

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