Looking for jobs for ten years, Haryana’s BTech ITI instructor

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By Dr. Satywan Saurabh

In the state of Haryana adjoining the capital, the recruitment process should be considered closed for the last six months. The Haryana government has not done any work on the recruitment advertisements that were issued before the corona lockdown, the new recruitment thing is far off. Not only this, after the results were released for the posts of instructors in ITI institutes i.e. state industrial training institutes across the state here in March, but the reshuffle issued for documented verification has also been resumed and the recruitment has been hung in the name of Corona.

In the year 2010, the Haryana government made the state’s ITI for the first time. In the application for the posts of instructors were sought, after which these posts were re-advertised seven times. After all, in 2019, lakhs of BTech youths took the exam. The different exams for each category lasted for about a month. Movement test results were released. The document verification has been postponed five times, which is still up. After all, why does the government not want to enroll in the name of the court

Is this not a knock of corruption inside the account? If not, then why is the government not hiring? And secondly why the government hires employees on contract. So, why are the conditions not clear? After all, why do these contract employees hinder regular recruitment every time? The secrets of this nexus should be exposed and the government should make regular recruitment at regular intervals.

Bharat Bhushan, chairman of the Staff Selection Commission of Haryana, said that due to the court case, this recruitment has been stopped for some time. As soon as the orders are in place, the recruitment results will be released immediately. But the question is why the government was not lobbying for ten years. Is the intention of the government not right? Such contract employees will stop every recruitment in the name of the court and no department will be admitted on time.

In a progressive state like Haryana, the vacancy of the posts of ITI instructors for the last ten years is to kill the plan of self-sufficient India in its infancy. Corona period The vacancy of posts like ITI Instructor in this department is a big question in itself. If the state and central government cannot get them employed in their departments and companies, then they should stop these B.Tech and M.Tech courses.

Thousands of youth of B.Tech and M.Tech in Haryana are under stress nowadays. Years ago, after a long wait, the Haryana Government started the recruitment process for these two talented ITI Instructor posts under the Skill Development and Industrial Department of Haryana Government. After the untiring efforts of the youth, the government conducted a written examination for these posts. These exams conducted for various trades lasted for about a month.

Skill Development and Industrial Department is new hope in the present era. The vacancy of posts like ITI Instructor in this department is a big question in itself. Secondly, Deputy CM Dushyant Chautala said that he will bear the cost of competition for the youth of the state. If the recruitment did not come out and did not complete, then what is the justification of such announcements.

 The ITI Instructor recruitment documents were shut down due to the Corona epidemic being implemented across the country. The process is not restarted after the lockdown is removed. Now the youth have said that the government has also said that now people have to live with Corona. Admission in ITI has started in this department in July-August. Youths from across the state have submitted a memorandum from MPs to the state Chief Minister Manohar Lal and demanded that the recruitment process be completed soon.

Our Prime Minister should take this subject seriously, otherwise, his plan of self-reliant India will die in his infancy. In the country and state where such important posts will be lying vacant for the last ten years, what kind of training and self-reliance should you think about?

(Dr. Satyavan Saurabh is a research scholar, poet, independent journalist and columnist. The views expressed are personal opinion of the author. He can be reached at goonjtichaupal@gmail.com)

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