Arunachal CM calls on Governor, discusses developmental issues

Itanagar, April 22 : Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu called on Governor Brig (Retd) Dr BD Mishra at Raj Bhavan here on Friday and discussed various development issues of the state. A comm que from the Raj Bhavan said that during the meeting, the Governor emphasised on preparation of examination calendar for the Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission at the earliest. He also stressed on early filling up of vacancies of trained graduate teachers (TGT) and post-graduate teachers (PGT) in the education department. It said, the Governor expressed his concern about the existing procedure for the ‘out of turn promotion’ in various government departments, which he said needs to be rationalised in the interest of the State. He advised for regular formation of Departmental Promotion Committees and timely advertisement of the vacant posts for its early filling up. He also called for commencement of the State versity at Pasighat and suggested for advertisement for various posts and maximum utilization of guest faculty. The Chief Minister briefed the Governor about his recent official tour to the national capital and meetings with on Ministers. Earlier, along with State Assembly Speaker Pasang Dorjee Sona, the Governor and the Chief Minister discussed about the ensuing Commonwealth Parliamentary Association’s (CPA) India Region, Zone-III’s conference, which will be held at Itanagar from May 11 to 13 next, the comm que added. TD BM

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