Magabharti 2020 – Mega Recruitment of One Lac One Thousand Posts
The megabharati of the 72 thousand posts announced by the Fadnavis government will increase by another 29 thousand posts. Of the two lakh vacant posts, the finance department has decided to recruit 50% of the posts. Accordingly, the general administration department is working on a new level to collect the information on vacant posts in the government departments. However, mega recruitment will begin only after the appointment of a private agency for the recruitment process, senior administration officials said.
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The mega-recruitment will begin in two and a half months
After the closure of the audit portal, the mega recruitment process will now be implemented by a private agency under the control of MahaIT. A competent recruitment agency will be appointed for the recruitment of IT companies for transparent recruitment, said senior officials at MahaIT. Earlier, 34 lakh 83 thousand students registered with the Inspector Portal for eight departments of the government would be handed over to the data and technology department.
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The Megabharati of the Alliance for Development has increased the positions of health, education, revenue, housing, agriculture and animal husbandry departments. The recruitment of Class-I and Class-II officers through the MPSC and recruitment of the posts of Class-III and Four through private agencies have been planned. The mega-recruitment will begin in two-and-a-half months and all processes will be completed before Diwali.
Mega Bharti 2020 latest news
- Planning for the recruitment process along with the appointment of private agency by MahaIT
- Ready to submit the data to the Information and Technology Department of the examination portal
- Specialization Committee for the recruitment process Specialization Committee for the Technical and Technical Committee
- Finance Department’s decision to fill 50% of the vacant posts
- After the mega recruitment, the state government will have to pay Rs 10,000 crore annually