Ranchi: The Jharkhand Government has decided to appoint IIT Bombay to undertake the vetting of the structural design of the proposed convention center in Ranchi, Urban Civic Tower and Ravindra Bhawan at an initial payment of Rs 17.70 lakh. A decision in this regard was taken in the meeting of the state cabinet which was chaired by Chief Minister Raghubar Das at the project building here.
It was also decided that following the verdict of the supreme court in Ashish Kumar Bharti vs Jharkhand State and Others as per the recommendations of the JAC Ashish Kumar Bharti and Harjiwan Sao would be appointed as assistant teachers in upgraded middle schools. The cabinet also decided to make amendments in the order of the schemes that can be executed by the Adivasi Vikas
Samiti and Gram Vikas Samiti.
The government also decided to create a post of a physicist in the radiotherapy department as per MCI norms to set up Cancer Tertiary Care center in MGM Hospital Jamshedpur. On the other hand under PMGSY Phase 3 a sum of Rs165.71 crore was approved as revised estimate for setting up a super specialty block in PMCH Dhanbad. On the other hand, a separate motor vehicle accident claim tribunal would be set up in Ranchi. The government also gave approval with retrospective effect the programme for by-polls for the vacant posts in the four municipal bodies of the state. In another key decision, the government approved rules for recruitment and promotion for Jharkhand Forest Area Officer Services while a sum of Rs 1.55 lakh was approved from the contingency funds of the state to conduct the by-polls of the Kolibera seat of the Jharkhand Assembly.
The cabinet also approved a proposal related to appointment of para medical staff including ANM, Pharmacists Lab Technician, x-Ray technician etc while rules for Jharkhand State Ayush Health Services were also approved. The government also decided to hand over 5.522 acres of land in Mohanpur circle area of Deoghar district at a payment of Rs 4.29 crore to the Railways Ministry.
In another decision that government decided to give 0.09 acres of land in Charu of Chandil circle area under Saraikel Kharsawan district for building intermediate pinging station as part of the Jagdishpur-Hatia-Bokaro- Dhamra gas pipeline at the payment of Rs 97.37 lakh to GAIL. The government also approved the list of holidays for the government offices, public undertakings and public holidays for the year 2019. For building primary health care center in Dumaria of Pakur district a sum of Rs 1.97 crore was approved while the government also decided to waive off the Re 1 token cess to be taken from Tana Bhagats as a land receipt. While Stock Holding
Corporation of India Ltd has been approved to sell the e-stamp in the state.