PRD to train local youths for jobs in armed forces

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Old 04-Feb-2016
Post PRD to train local youths for jobs in armed forces

The state government has decided to provide physical training at all blocks through the Uttarakhand Prantiya Rakshak Dal (PRD) to the youth aspiring for a career in defence or paramilitary forces.
A host of proposals came up before the state Cabinet that met here yesterday evening. It gave approval to holding training camps by the Uttarakhand Prantiya Rakshak Dal for the youths at all blocks.
Chief Secretary Shatrughan Singh told mediapersons that the government would soon launch the Rajya Yuva Netrativ Evam Sharirik Vikas Yojana to train at least 20 youths at eight camps in each block. “At least six trainers will be hired and paid a daily honorarium of Rs 350 for the training,” he said.
The Cabinet also approved the fixing of the state administered price (SAP) for sugarcane at Rs 280 to Rs 290 per quintal for this crushing season.
It also decided to simplify the tender procedure and procurement rules. Now, where ever necessary, technical officers would have the power to divide big amount tenders into small parts, providing avenues to small contractors to bid.
The Cabinet constituted a committee headed by the Chief Secretary to look into the implementation of dynamic assured career progression (DACP) being demanded by government doctors. Further, a committee headed by Finance Minister Indira Hridayesh was also formed to look into the matter pertaining to rationalisation of prices of minor minerals (royalty on extraction and storage) so that the desirable hike in their rates could be affected.
The Cabinet also approved the proposals to designate dhol as the musical instrument of the state and the song composed by lyricist Hemant Bisht from Nainital, “Uttarakhand ki devbhomi jai, shat shat tera abhinandan”, as the song of the state.
The Cabinet also approved the guidelines (Social Impact Assessment) for the implementation of the Land Acquisition Act (2013); hoarding/advertisement policy for corporations; structure for Department of Biotechnology; land titles to settlers from Bangladesh in Udham Singh Nagar; constitution of a cooperative society to look into the possibility of procuring land for building houses under the Indira Awas Yojana; validity of OBC certificates extended to three years; online filing of returns under Form-60;
establishment of a Shiksha Jan Seva Kosh for infrastructure development in government schools and each country-made liquor bottle to contain 300 mg of fruit extracts.

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