Imphal, September 2: The State cabinet has approved the transfer and positing policy of non-gazetted civil police, MR and IRB personnel which will be effective from every January each year, stated CAF & PD minister Moirangthem Okendro.
In a press briefing, he said the cabinet has decided to announce the transfers and postings of non-gazetted civil police, MR and IRB personnel who will now have to serve two years in the hills and four years on the valley alternately in a new rotation policy, on every January each year. The State cabinet today gave the nod to implement the transfer and posting policy of non-gazetted civil police, MR and IRB personnel first formulated in 2000 but which couldn’t be implemented till date, he added.
The cabinet has approved to have 933 posts created for 39 higher secondary schools which lack teachers, Okendro said, and 298 lecturers will be recruited through MPSC whereas 705 posts of contractual lecturers will be regularised when financial condition of the State improves.
The cabinet has also approved the creation of 418 posts for college lectures among which 218 be recruited by the MPSC, he added.
Creation of 89 posts of contractual staffs in different categories to be engaged for the NRHM under the State health society has been approved by the State cabinet while another 41 posts will be created as contractual staffs under the Urban Health Mission Manipur, he said. The cabinet also announced to engage five contractual staffs to man the skill lab at the College of Nursing in Lamphel, the CAF & PD minister added.
Later, the State cabinet gave approval to enhance the diet allowance of disable students from Rs 750 per month to 1500 per month to 2200 students.
Meanwhile, Okendro who is also the Education minister further appealed the government and private school teachers to take part in the Teacher’s Day celebration at the Bengali High School in Babupara.
On teacher’s day, television sets or screens will be provided in every school to relay the speech of Prime Minister Narandra Modi and students from Navodya Vidyalaya in the State will have the opportunity to interact with the PM, he said.