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JK Govt set to make 33 years as cap service for its employees
Decision aimed at addressing mounting joblessness, surging numbers of unemployed youth
10/10/2019 12:42:26 AM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Oct 9: Jammu and Kashmir administration is all set to make a limit of 33 years of service for the government employees and those who have attained this perimeter will have to superannuate as per the new rules being formulated at present.
As per the reports, the government is likely to nod to the proposal of setting a limit of 33 years of service in the government, leaving thousands of employees at the brink of retirement.
The government, by virtue of this order aims at addressing the mounting crises of unemployment in Jammu and Kashmir which as per the government's own facts and figures have surpassed the dreadful limits. "If those who have discharged the 33 years of continuous service are asked to retire, it indeed will pave way for the massive recruitment of thousands of jobless educated youth in the government service. The employees who are young also will get benefited by prompt promotional prospects," says an official privy to the development.
According to him, the order in the regard is most likely to be issued in near future wherein the new rules for the government service will be implemented and the people mostly those who want to get adjusted into the government service will heave a sigh of relief.
According to latest survey done by various government and non- government organisations, unemployment rate for Males in JK was 3.2 percent only while as the rate of females was whooping 20.2 percent. In neighboring states like Punjab it is 5.6% while as in Haryana it is 4.8%. In Delhi it is 4.3% and in Himachal Pradesh the rate is 2.2%.
The survey further adds that among educated unemployed youth in Jammu and Kashmir, 54.9 percent youth are from rural areas while the remaining are from urban areas.
The survey reveals further that the number of post graduates who are jobless in JK is more than sixteen hundred. These PGs have science streams including biotechnology, botany, physics etc. 3567 post graduates of are jobless. They have degrees in English, Urdu, Political Science etc.
The figures reveal that in valley there are more than 29034 graduates who are unemployed and in Jammu province the number of jobless graduates is 12426. The details inform that Kashmir division has 46703 people jobless who have passed 10+2 in various streams while as in Jammu the number is 27212.
The survey details inform further that more than four thousand five hundred registered degree holders of engineering jobless in the state are yet to find their livelihood while as the number of unemployed diploma holders is more than eight thousand five hundred.
Jobless ITI trained youth are five thousand five hundred in Jammu and Kashmir. The number is enough to prick the balloon of government that it would strengthen the vocational training institutes in the state and would employ the trained youth here.
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