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Special Grade Teachers posts to be filled

Medical and Dental graduates have to undergo one year rural service

The Cabinet on Friday resolved to fill all the 9.374 secondary grade teacher posts found in excess as and when vacancies are available. Initially, the candidates will be deputed as wardens in welfare hostels before being absorbed. However, 1,149 excess posts of school assistants, language Pandits and physical education teachers which too could not be filled for want of vacancies will be taken up for the next recruitment. Perusing the Cabinet Sub-Committee report on the issue, the Chief Minister K Rosaiah committed a mistake by notifying more posts than the available vacancies. Accepting its recommendations, the Cabinet decided to identify the officials responsible and punish them within two months said the Minister for Information, J Geetha Reddy.

Headed by the Minister for Secondary Education, D Manikya Varaprasad Rao, the committee comprised Botsa Satyanarayana, N Raghuveera Reddy and Mukesh Goud. The government had notified 52,846 posts under DSC-2008 and filled almost all of them leaving out 1,149 posts of school assistant/language pandits and Physical Education Teachers and 9,374 in the Secondary Grade Teacher category. The Cabinet also resolved to make one year rural service mandatory for medical and dental graduates for securing the certificates after training as house surgeons. It felt that much service would ensure medicare in rural areas and provide the much needed rural exposure to 3,500 medical and 1,500 dental graduates passing out annually in the State.

The Cabinet decided to rechristen Kadapa as 'YSR district' replacing YS Rajasekhara Reddy district, for the convenience of the people. It also decided to amend the AP Exhibition of Films on TV Screen through Video Cassette Recorder Act to power sub-inspectors to raid a premises and seize incriminating material as demanded by film producers to contain video piracy. It approved amendments to the AP(Agricultural Produce Livestock) Markets Act to establish e-markets and facilitate electronic trading, which enables farmers get remunerative price.

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