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One lakh jobs in 2 years.Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao on Saturday assured that the State government would begin recruitment for various departments soon after the receipt of the Kamalnathan Committee report.

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Hyderabad: Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao on Saturday assured that the State government would begin recruitment for various departments soon after the receipt of the Kamalnathan Committee report.Replying to the issues raised by Leader of the Opposition D Srinivas in the Legislative Council during the debate on the Budget, the Chief Minister said the government had proposed to provide jobs to one lakh youth in the next two years. About 20,000 jobs will be provided in TS Transco, Genco and Discoms.

No DSC: CM

Hyderabad: Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao has made it clear that the next DSC exams will not be held in the state unless the process of rationalisation of schools is completed. The Chief Minister was replying to the issues raised in the Legislative Council during the debate on the Budget. KCR, however, said his government would fill all the posts in various departments once the Kamalnathan Committee submitted its report.

He said the Telangana State Public Service Commission has also initiated the process to begin recruitment into various departments. However, the findings of the Kamalnathan Committee would be important in identifying the posts which need to be created and filled. Compared to Andhra Pradesh, Telangana has more number of Class-IV employees, he said.

The Chief Minister also assured that the government would fill all the posts of Urdu teachers in the State. He said nearly 2,000 posts in Urdu schools are lying vacant and they would be filled soon. He assured filling up of the 1500 to 2000 vacancies in the Urdu Medium Schools and Colleges. The Chief Minister said that there was need for relaxation as this was a genuine case and that within short period notification would be issued.

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