Gujarat Government Faces Criticism for Contract-Based Recruitment in Transport Sector

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Gujarat Government Faces Criticism for Contract-Based Recruitment in Transport Sector

| Updated: February 22, 2024 17:53

Student leader Yuvraj Singh Jadeja has slammed the Gujarat government for hiring contractual employees instead of permanent ones in various sectors, including the transport department. He shared a photo of a recent recruitment advertisement by the Gujarat State Road Transport Corporation (GSRTC) that stated the appointment would be on a contractual basis for 11 months. The age limit for the applicants was 62 years.

Yuvraj Singh wrote on Twitter, “After the grand success of Agniveer, Gyan Saachar, Adhyapak Saachar…, contract system is also applied in the Transport Corporation. A stamp of 300 rupees has to be signed. It has to write the conditions and bids decided by the divisional office.”

The GSRTC recruitment advertisement also mentioned that the terms and conditions for the recruitment were available on the corporation’s website

This is not the first time that the Gujarat government has faced backlash for opting for contract-based recruitment instead of filling the vacant posts with permanent employees. Earlier, the government had introduced the Gyan Sahachar Yojana, under which contractual Gyan Sahachars were appointed as teachers. This had sparked protests among TAT and TAT pass candidates, who demanded permanent recruitment of teachers.

With the GSRTC following the same trend, the government may have to deal with more resentment and agitation from the candidates in the future.

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