Chhattisgarh government is going to recruit 10 thousand school teachers soon. The process for the recruitment of school teachers (Teachers Recruitment 2022) will be started soon. State Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel made this announcement on Friday evening while replying to the debate on the demand proposals for the first supplementary budget for the current financial year 2022-23 in the state assembly. He said, "The process of recruiting 10,000 new teachers will be started soon.
Recruitment 2022: 14,000 teachers have been recruited in the state since 1998
He also said that since 1998 till now the state government has recruited 14,000 teachers. Baghel said that soon 163 mobile veterinary units will be started for the treatment of animals, for which a provision of Rs 10 lakh has been made in the supplementary budget. He said that in the supplementary budget, Rs 266 crore for giving dealer margin amount under Universal PDS scheme to operators of Public Distribution System (PDS) shops, construction work of medical colleges in Korba, Kanker and Mahasamund and a cancer institute in Bilaspur and A provision of Rs 250 crore has been made for the purchase of medical equipment and Rs 25.50 crore for the establishment of 'Devgudi' and 'Ghotul' in tribal areas.
Ghotul tradition mentioned
Chief Minister Baghel said that Devgudi is the place of worship of the tribals, while Ghotul is a tradition according to which young boys and girls come to a place called Ghotul to celebrate any festival and they are free to choose their life partner there. He said, “Despite reducing the financial resources to the state by the Center, the revenue receipt of the state in the financial year 2021-22 was Rs 79,688 crore, which includes Rs 41,000 crore revenue receipt from the state, while this from the Center was Rs. 38,688 crore was received.
Supplementary budget of Rs 2904.42 crore passed for the current financial year
He said that during the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, the state government had taken a market loan of Rs 4,000 crore in the first quarter of 2021-22 for public welfare works and for arranging necessary resources for capital expenditure. The Chief Minister said that out of this loan amount, Rs 3000 crore has been paid. After discussion, a supplementary budget of Rs 2904.42 crore was passed in the assembly for the current financial year. With the passage of the first supplementary budget, the size of the total state budget for the financial year 2022-23 has increased to Rs 1,15,507 crore.