BSSC and BPSC will recruit 15000 posts, the minister told when the applications will start

BSSC and BPSC will recruit 15000 posts, the minister told when the applications will start

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Bihar’s Agriculture Minister Kumar Sarvjit said that the process for recruitment of about 15,000 vacant posts in the department may start from March. The department has given the information about the vacancies of the officer class to the BPSC and the information about the posts of clerk and below to the SSC. Now both the commissions will hand over the man power to the department by conducting the examination from advertisement till January-February. He told that the state government has planned to provide not only jobs but also employment to the youth. This information was given by the Agriculture Minister at Circuit House in Bhagalpur on Wednesday night.

Department’s land will be given on lease to private agencies
In a conversation with Hindustan, the minister said, thousands of acres of land of the agriculture department are lying idle in all the districts of the state. This land has become barren. In such a situation, there is a plan to give such land on lease to private agencies. The agencies will prepare seeds of wheat, corn, paddy, mustard etc. on these lands. The agencies will also grow vegetable and fruit plants. Half of which will be made available by the government and half in the market.

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A new policy of the market committee will come after one year.
The minister said, agricultural produce market committees are being groomed in the state with 2,700 crores. The roads, boundaries and godowns of market committees are being repaired. All the basic facilities are being provided in the campus. Till now the work of grooming eight committees has started. Within one year, the infrastructure of all the committees will be improved. After this, a new policy will come, in which medium and small farmers will be allowed to do agricultural business without paying tax.


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