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11 August 2011

Madhya Pradest govt. to return 885 hectare land to Satna farmers; creates 4569 new posts

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By Pervez Bari


Bhopal: The Bharatiya Janata Party ruled Madhya Pradesh cabinet has decided to return to farmers 885 hectare of land acquired for the submergence area of Tons Hydel Project implemented in 1990 by Madhya Pradesh State Electricity Board. This land is situated in 32 villages.


A cabinet meeting chaired by the Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Tuesday took this important decision amongst several others.


Keeping in view local opposition, decision has been taken to keep the barrage's height at E.L 280.05 metres instead of stipulated height of E.L. 282.52 metres. Following this, some parts of the acquired private land in Satna district were not submerged. It was also decided that the Revenue Department will undertake the process of returning the land, which has not come under the submergence area of Tons Hydel Project and is at present registered in the name of Tons Hydel Project, Rewa, to farmers.


It may be recalled that the cabinet on July 28, 2008, decided to increase the height of Tons Barrage by two metres to 282.52 metres. Today, the cabinet decided to keep the height of the barrage at 280.05 metres as before in view present-day commercial feasibility of the decision taken earlier.


Creation of 4569 new posts: Meanwhile, the cabinet decided to create 4569 new posts for various departments. Accordingly, 2186 posts of contractual teacher grade-2 will be created in the high schools sanctioned from 1997-98 to 2009-09. Similarly, 969 posts of contractual teacher grade-1 will be created in the higher secondary schools sanctioned from 1997-98 to 2009-09.


In compliance of Chief Minister Chouhan's announcement, the cabinet decided to convert 50-seater hostels being run by SC, ST Welfare Department to over 50-seats capacity and granted sanction for creation of 36 posts for running them.


The cabinet decided to create 40 posts in four high schools opened by the SC, ST Welfare Department under rationalisation of teachers in the districts from the year 1999 to 2000. Out of these, four posts are of principal, 24 of contractual teacher grade-2, four posts of contractual school teacher grade-3, four posts of lower division clerk and four posts of peon. Posts of lower division clerk and peons are of collector rate.


Similarly, a decision has been taken to create 130 posts in ten higher secondary schools opened by the SC, ST Welfare Department under rationalisation of teachers in the districts from the year 1999 to 2000. Out of these, ten posts are of principal, 80 of contractual teacher grade-1, 20 posts of contractual school teacher grade-3, ten posts of accountant and ten posts of peon.


It was also decided to create 100 posts for ten middle schools converted to high schools in the year 2011-12. These include ten posts of principal, 60 posts of contractual school teacher grade 2, ten posts of contractual teacher grade 3 (science), ten posts of lower division clerk and ten posts of peon.


The cabinet has also decided to create 19 posts for Jabalpur-based Cancer Hospital. These include one post of professor, radiation oncologist, one associate professor radiation oncologist, two posts of professor medical physicist, two posts of associate professor, medical physicist, one post of assistant professor and 12 posts of radiotherapy technologists. Due to this decision, the cobalt machines installed at the Cancer Hospital can be used in a better way.


Besides, sanction has been given to create 48 new posts for opening seven new divisions and 17 new sub-divisions in view of increasing workload of Madhya Pradesh Electricity Inspectorate. These include eight posts of assistant engineers, 26 posts of sub engineers, 11 posts of electrician and three posts of steno typist. Out of the rest of posts of sub engineers 13 each will be filled in the next two years while the ten remaining posts of electrician will be filled in the following years.


[Pervez Bari is a Journalist based at Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. He can be contacted at pervezbari@eth.net]

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