Now the interview process in Group C is over, read important decisions of Dhami cabinet

Pushkar Singh Dhami cabinet has taken a big step towards promoting green energy in the midst of growing energy crisis in the state.
The cabinet approved the inclusion of Mukhyamantri Saur Swarozgar Yojana under the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Policy. With this, instead of 15 to 25 percent, the beneficiaries will get 40 percent subsidy. Project plants can be set up above 25 kW up to 200 kW.
Making the scheme more attractive will open up self-employment opportunities for a large number of youth. In another important decision, the cabinet has arranged funds for infrastructure facilities in 582 slums of the state. District level development authorities will now have to give 10 percent of the income from development fee to the municipal bodies for the development and rehabilitation of slums.

Decisions taken on about 30 points in the meeting:
In the Cabinet meeting held at the Secretariat on Thursday, decisions were taken on about 30 points. The decisions of the cabinet were not briefed due to the issue of notification for the assembly session.
According to sources, the cabinet has made amendments in the guideline of Mukhyamantri Saur Swarozgar Yojana to make it more financially viable. Due to being taken under MSME Policy-2015, permission has now been given to set up 50 kW, 100 kW and 200 kW solar plants in place of 20 to 25 kW plants in this scheme.
In view of the increase in the rates of plant cost, now it has been increased from Rs. 40 thousand to Rs. 50 thousand per kilowatt. The cabinet has approved giving 10 percent of the map fee to the municipal bodies for the rehabilitation and development of slums in the state. The sugarcane price will remain unchanged for the current crushing season in the state.
Like last year, Rs 355 for early variety and Rs 345 per quintal for common variety was approved. The cabinet has agreed to end the process of interview for Group-C technical and non-technical posts to make the recruitment examinations of state services transparent.

In line with the announcement of Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, the cabinet has approved the proposal to end the interview process for Group C posts. It has been clarified that there will be no interview on any post of Group C. Along with this, minimum and maximum standards of interview have been fixed in Group A and B examinations including PCS examination.
The interview process for Group C posts in the state has already ended. After transferring the examinations from the Uttarakhand State Subordinate Services Selection Commission to the Uttarakhand State Public Service Commission, the commission had restarted the process, which has now been completely put on hold.
Along with this, the maximum marks for interview in Group A and B examinations have been fixed at 70 percent and minimum marks at 40 percent. For giving more or less marks than this, the commission will have to provide a clear and complete explanation. The objective is to bring transparency in these examinations and reduce the apprehension of bias.
Accident relief amount will not have to wait for completion of investigation
In the state, now the relatives of the deceased or injured in a vehicle accident will not have to wait for the magisterial inquiry to be completed for the relief amount. Now only after the identity is established, they will be able to get the relief amount. For this, the cabinet has approved amendment in the Road Transport Accident Relief Fund.

Ministers will have to give mandatory 48 hours before the agenda of the meeting:
Now proposals cannot be made in a hurry in the cabinet meeting. Now the proposals will have to be given first to include the departments in the agenda of the cabinet. Along with this, the agenda of the cabinet meeting will be compulsorily sent to the ministers 48 hours in advance by the cabinet section. The cabinet has given instructions to strictly implement this system.
Decision in the next cabinet on reservation for agitators:
Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami expressed his displeasure in the cabinet meeting on Thursday for not presenting the bill regarding giving 10 percent horizontal reservation to the Uttarakhand state agitators. He instructed the officers to present the bill in this regard in the upcoming cabinet meeting.
The High Court has put a stay on the mandate to give 10 percent horizontal reservation to the Uttarakhand state construction agitators. The proposal to take a decision regarding reservation to the state agitators was not presented in the cabinet meeting on Thursday. Cabinet ministers Subodh Uniyal and Saurabh Bahuguna raised this issue in the meeting.
Videography will be done for investigation of all types of crimes.
Investigation of every type of crime and post mortem of dead bodies will be videographed and photographed in the state. In particular, in case of death in police custody, meticulous videography and photography will be done. In case of non-availability of photographers and videographers with the police, the services of private photographers and videographers will be taken.
Will not have to go through the rounds to pass maps of industrial units:
Major relief has been given to industries in development authority areas in the state. The cabinet gave green signal to the process of self-certification in map approval for setting up industrial units in these areas. Due to this, the entrepreneurs will not have to go round the authorities to get the maps passed.

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