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Updated January 13th, 2024 at 21:28 IST

Nitish Kumar Vows to Create 10 Lakh Govt Jobs in Bihar, Says Will Exceed the Target

Nitish Kumar highlighted that 96,823 newly recruited teachers received their appointment letters across all district headquarters in the state on the same day.

Isha Bhandari
JD(U) chief and Bihar CM Nitish Kumar.
The announcement was reportedly made as per direct guidance from JD-U chief Nitish Kumar. | Image:PTI
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Bihar: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, during a function organized for the distribution of appointment letters to newly recruited teachers, announced his government's commitment to not only achieving but exceeding the target of creating 10 lakh government jobs in the state.

Speaking at the event, Kumar highlighted  that 96,823 newly recruited teachers received their appointment letters across all district headquarters in the state on the same day. 

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He expressed optimism, stating, "We will soon achieve the target of providing 10 lakh government jobs to youths of the state. Let me make it very clear that we will not just achieve the target but exceed it... the state government is working in that direction."

The Chief Minister noted that his government has already provided government jobs to 3.63 lakh individuals in Bihar. 

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Additionally, he mentioned the creation of five lakh employment opportunities for the state's youth. Furthermore, around 3.68 lakh contractual teachers are expected to attain government employee status after successfully clearing competency examinations.

Since the formation of the Grand Alliance government in August 2022, Kumar has been committed to generating substantial employment opportunities. 

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He reiterated his dedication to this cause, emphasizing the distribution of appointment letters to over 2 lakh newly recruited teachers in the last 70 days.

Kumar commended the Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) for efficiently conducting the recruitment process, highlighting the smooth progress in hiring teachers. 

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Published January 13th, 2024 at 21:28 IST

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