State government has put a stop to the practice of appointing children or relatives of the government employees against the resultant vacancy of their normal or voluntary retirement.
According to DIPR, the government noted that many government employees has applied for voluntary retirement after more than 20 years of service and in certain cases on the verge of normal retirement with the condition that their children or relatives be appointed in the resultant vacancy.
It however said that as per rule, a government servant cannot put condition that the government should consider their request for appointment of their children or relatives against the resultant vacancy. The rule was set in order to give a fair chance to others and also considering the unemployment problems amongst the youth.
The official bulletin said such resultant vacancy should be advertised and filled up as per rule.
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