CM sanctions 113 posts in Sanskrit colleges
Dehradun: To give more prominence to
Sanskrit, Uttarakhand Chief Minister Ramesh Pokhariyal Nishank
today sanctioned creation of 113 posts on government grant
basis in 11 non-government Sanskrit institutions in the state.
As the government has already extended the benefits of
sixth pay commission to the teaching as well as non-teaching
staff of Sanskrit University, the new recruits at the
recognised institutions would also get the benefits of the pay
commission, an official release said today.
The state government has already accorded the status of
second official language to Sanskrit.
Nishank has sanctioned 11 posts of principals, 39 posts
of lecturers, 30 posts of assistant teachers, 11 posts of
clerks and 22 posts of peons, it said.
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