1% reduction on petrol, 2% on diesel, Schools in state to run with full strength
Raipur: Chhattisgarh Cabinet on Monday
reduced VAT on petrol by 1 per cent and on diesel, it will be 2 per cent. In
this way, the state government will bear a burden of Rs 1000 crore revenue loss.
Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel chaired the Cabinet meeting at his official
residence on Monday.
In a major relief to the Shikshakarmis,
the Cabinet decided to give promotion on the basis of 3 years experience by
freezing the provision of 5 years. Posts
of headmaster, primary school, teacher, and lecturer will come under the new
The Cabinet decided to run schools with
cent per cent attendance with immediate effect while complying with Covid-19
Till date, classes were being run with
50 per cent attendance. However, students cannot be compelled to come to school
without their and parents’ consent. If a student and his or her parents are not
interested in offline classes, attendance shortage will not be an issue when it
comes to examinations. Online classes
Recommendation and amendment made by the
Cabinet Sub-Committee for the procurement and custom milling of paddy and maize
will be implemented from Kharif Marketing year 2021-22, decided the Cabinet on
It was decided to fill the posts of
Professor and Associate Professor in Government Medical Colleges, Dental
College, Nursing College, and Physiotherapy College of Chhattisgarh by direct
recruitment through Public Service Commission and give one-time relaxation in
promotion rules. Along with this, it was decided to give relaxation in the age
limit to the maximum of 10 years to the teachers working in contract in the
government colleges of the state and to give them 2 bonus marks for each year
of service. The maximum limit of bonus points will be up to 10 marks.
The period of the Special Junior Staff
Selection Board constituted to recruit class III and IV staff of the district
cadre in Bastar and Surguja divisions and Korba district of Bilaspur division,
has been extended to December 31, 2023, from December 31, 2021.
The Cabinet approved the proposal to
fill the vacancies of third and fourth-class posts of Surguja and Bastar
divisions with the local residents.
Amendment in purchase policy of private
land for industrial purpose was approved by Chhattisgarh State Industrial
Development Corporation Limited (CSIDC) with mutual consent. The draft of the
Chhattisgarh Goods and Services Tax Act (Amendment) Bill-2021 was approved.
Cabinet approved the two-member commission to investigate the Naxalite incident
that took place on May 25, 2013, in the Jhiram Ghati area under the Darbha police
station of district Bastar.
was decided to allot land at the rate of Rs1 per square foot on the application
made by the concerned body for the public utility work to be performed by the
urban bodies. To help steel industries stay in the competition, the state government
has extended a special relief package in power tariff ill July 2021. Earlier, it
was up to March 21, 2021.