Odisha MLE Sikshya Sahayaks to be regularised after 6 years of service

Bhubaneswar: The Odisha Cabinet today took a significant decision of regularising Multi Lingual Education (MLE) Sikshya Sahayaks after six years of their service.

A total of 3328 Sikshya Sahayaks will be benefited with the decision.

The eligible MLE Sikshya Sahayaks became Junior Teachers after completion of 3 years of continuous service. They will become Assistant Teachers after completion of 3 years of continuous and satisfactory service as Junior Teachers, the state government said in a press release.

After their regularisation, they will be guided by the Odisha Elementary Education (Method of recruitment and conditions of Service of Teachers and Officers) Rules, 1997 and as amended from time to time, it said.

In view of providing equitable quality education to the Scheduled Tribe children, recognizing the importance of language influencing education and to give opportunity to the tribal children to learn in their mother tongue, 3328 MLE Sikshya Sahayaks were recruited from the tribal candidates of 17 districts having requisite qualification during the year 2013 under Samagra Sikshya, the released said.

Below are highlights of other decisions taken by the Cabinet today.

* Decision of amending the provisions pertaining to reservation of seats/ office of the Chairperson/ Mayor in favour of Backward Class Citizen (BCC) in the Odisha Municipal Act, 1950 and Odisha Municipal Corporation Act, 2003.

* Exemption of electricity duty on power consumption in favour of Indian Oil Corporation Limited, Paradip Refinery Unit.

* Approval of lowest turnkey tender of M/s NCC Limited amounting to Rs 888,50,00,003 for redevelopment and expansion of SCB Medical College and Hospital, Cuttack, construction of residential accommodation and allied infrastructure.

* Decision to amend the Odisha Superior Judicial Service and Odisha Judicial Service Rules, 2007.

* Restructuring of Odisha Veterinary Service (OVS) cadre approved.

* Approval of tender for construction of distribution system for 9803 hectares of CCA including command area development (CAD) for 9803 hectares of CCA of Salandi Left main canal.

* Approval of tender for construction of Underground Pipeline Irrigation System for 24063 hectares of cultivable command area (CCA) and command area development (CAD) for 26334 hectares of CCA of Rangali Right Irrigation Project (Phase-I) in Dhenkanal and Cuttack districts.

* Approval of tender for Sandul barrage project across Sandul river in Kalahandi district with an execution amount Rs 125,46,82,498.

* Approval of 5 transmission projects in low voltage pockets of the State with 30 percent equity support from the State government to provide quality and reliable power supply to electricity consumers.

* Construction of 99 33/11 KV sub-stations and 64 independent 33 KV lines in the identified low voltage areas.

* Five transmission projects in low voltage pockets of the State.

* Odisha Electrical Engineering Services Cadre, Department of Energy restructured.

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