Cabinet decides to sanctioned 1455 new posts in various departments
Bhopal: A cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan today sanctioned creation of 1455 new posts. Of these, 929 posts have been sanctioned under new set-up of Social Justice Department including one post each of Mission Director, Additional Director and Joint Dire ictor, 3 Deputy Directors, 37 Assistant Directors, 427 Integrated Social Pension Extension Officers and 427 computer operators etc.
The cabinet sanctioned 519 posts under Water Assistance Board of Madhya Pradesh Water Mission. Of these, 50 posts each are of District-level Human Resource Development Consultant, District-level Monitoring and Assessment Consultant, District-level Information, Education and Communication Consultant and District Geologist. Similarly, sanction has been given to create 313 posts of development block-level Coordinator. These posts will be filled up on contract basis.
The cabinet sanctioned creation of 3 posts of Chief Engineer and 6 of Superintending Engineer in Water Resources Department.
Increase in honorarium: The cabinet decided to increase honorarium of Chairpersons/Vice-Chairpersons of Development Authorities/Special Area Development Authorities under Town & Country Planning Act 1973. Now, Chairpersons will get Rs. 9000 per month allowance and Rs. 1400 protocol allowance instead of Rs. 4000. Vice-Chairpersons will get Rs. 6000 per month and Rs. 1000 protocol allowance instead of Rs. 3600.
Road works sanctioned: The cabinet accorded administrative sanction of Rs. 71 crore 06 lakh 37 thousand for construction of Indawar-Tala-Parasi Road (remaining sections of State Highways 10 No. and 11). This road is 32.40 kilometer long.
The cabinet accorded administrative sanction of Rs. 59 crore 32 lakh 28 thousand for construction of Madhimalhara-Laudi-Chandla-Ajaygarh Road (main district road number 35-03). This road is 60 kilometer longs.
The cabinet accorded consent to construct Rewa Ring Road under BOT (toll+annuity) through Road Development Corporation. The 8.928 kilometer long road is to be developed into four-lane.
The cabinet accorded sanction to construct high-level major bridge over Chambal river on Ater-Jaitpur Road under BOT (toll). Its cost is Rs. 84 crore 30 lakh and length 4.50 kilometers.
The cabinet accorded sanction to construct Betul-Sarni-Tikadham-Junnardeo-Parasia Road under BOT mode through Madhya Pradesh Road Development Corporation. Its cost is Rs. 243 crore 24 lakh and length 124.10 kilometers. Similarly, the cabinet sanctioned construction of Ratlam-Sailana-Banswara Road undr BOT (Toll+annuity) through the corporation. Construction of this 43.58 kilometer long road will cost Rs. 117 crore 28 lakh.
Land allotment: The cabinet decided to transfer 1.17 hectare land at village Khatamba in Dewas tahsil of Dewas district to Industries Department. Similarly, it decided to allot 1.80 hectare government land at village Nidhipuri in Majhauli tahsil to Energy Department.
ITI buildings: The cabinet sanctioned construction of buildings of 40 ITI s in the first phase of NABARD’s RIDF Project. Of these, 20 buildings will be constructed through pre-fab technique and 20 through trandtional construction methods.
The cabinet gave permission to 3 joint sector companies to acquire loans and mortgage their assets (except coal mining rights and land of mining lease). These companies have been constituted for mining, development and sale of Ameliya, Ameliya North and Dongri Taal-II coal blocks allotted to Madhya Pradesh State Mineral Resources Development Corporation Limited. These companies are MP Sainik Coalmining Private Limited, MP JP Mineral Limited and MP JP Coat Limited.