News Desk, Amar Ujala, Chandigarh
Published by: Ajay Kumar
Friday, 17 December 2021 08:55 PM Updated to IST
The Punjab cabinet has approved the opening of two government degree colleges in the Doba region. Education in these colleges will start from July 2022.
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A spokesperson for the Chief Minister’s Office said that approval has been given to fill the 1925 vacant posts in aided colleges in the state on a phased contract basis with a base salary of Rs 21,600 for three years. Thereafter, the evaluation committees considered to sort out their cases, based on the evaluation of their work.
Upon completion of three years of service of these Assistant Professors, their work and performance will be evaluated by the nominated evaluation committees and this committee will recommend that their services be streamlined. Also, the Cabinet approved the opening of two new government degree colleges in Jalandhar and Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar districts to provide higher education in the Doba region.
According to the decision, a new degree college named after the great man Kanshiram will be started in Adampur, Jalandhar, whose educational session will start from July 1, 2022, while the second government degree college will be opened in the village of Sarhal Ranuwan. Banga in Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar district ..
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