Himachal to fill 200 Ayurvedic doctor positions: The Tribune India

Tribune press service

Shimla, May 9

The Himachal government on Monday decided to fill 200 Ayurvedic Physician (AMO) and 100 Ayurvedic Pharmacist positions in Ayush department.

The decision was taken by the Cabinet during its meeting chaired by CM Jai Ram Thakur. Out of 200 AMO positions, 100 will be filled by direct recruitment and the others by batches.

Similarly, out of 100 Ayurvedic pharmacist positions, 52 will be filled through direct recruitment and 48 through batches. The Cabinet has decided to open a new block development office at Khundian in Kangra district. At least 14 posts in different categories will be created. No less than 20 panchayats will fall under this newly formed bloc.

To promote entrepreneurship, the Cabinet decided to grant concessions on electricity rights to large industrial units.

He also decided to increase financial aid to cow sanctuaries and gau sadans from Rs 500 to Rs 700 per cow per month. The state will institute the Lata Mangeshkar Memorial Award for the promotion of Himalayan folk music and culture. The Cabinet has given its approval to appoint Shastri teachers as trained graduate teachers (Sanskrit) in the Department of Primary Education.

Apart from upgrading schools and health facilities at various locations, the Cabinet has also approved the opening of a new government college at Nauradhar in Sirmaur.

Cabinet decisions

  • BDO in Khundian, Kangra
  • Power relief for heavy industry
  • Increased aid to cow sanctuaries
  • Government college in Nauradhar

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