Policy on house sites for AP staff
Vijayawada: Taking advantage of the 10 per cent reservations given to economically weaker sections (EWS) upper caste persons, the AP Cabinet on Monday decided to give five per cent reservation for Kapus. Reservations for the other five per cent will be extended to the other forward castes.
The Cabinet decided to formulate a policy to allot house sites for employees including journalists and judicial staff in Amaravati capital. Journalists who have not benefited earlier are eligible for allotment of land or flat. Regarding settlement of dotted lands, the Cabinet decided to empower RDOs for verification.
The AP Cabinet decided to encourage ITIs and polytechnic institute in both the government and private sector as employment opportunities were going to increase in the state with increase in the number of industries. Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu directed officials to encourage Industrial Training Institutes and polytechnic colleges by awarding accreditation and to train students as industry ready.
The Cabinet decided to set up ITIs in Achanta (WG), Jaggampet (EG dist) and Narava of Visakha district. The officials said the number of government ITIs would increase to 82 while 414 private ITIs were already present.
The Cabinet decided to give promotions to 637 armed reserve constables, 545 AR head constables and 1 AR Assistant sub inspectors. The Cabinet also decided to create 9 registrar posts as proposed by Registrar general, and the High Court of AP with effect from January 1, 2019