Shri. Raman Singh, the honorable Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh introduced “Good Governance Fellowship Program” as an initiative ofChhattisgarh Government to provide an opportunity to youngsters across India with CG govt jobs.
The CG government favored the project management savvy with good knowledge in English & Hindi and possessed Information technology skills. In that chance, the eligible candidates would experience government functioning, work towards for a better society by contributing deliberate initiatives to the government, get an attractive remuneration of Rs. 1,00,000 to 2,50,000 per month.
The total number of vacancies was 42. The exams comprised two stages. Stage I was Written Test where Essay Writing, Leadership situation Judgment, Logical ability and Personality Management were asked. In Stage II, the shortlisted candidates were called out for an evaluation and personal interview. Based on the provisional merit list of the candidate, Chhattisgarh Infotech Promotion Society (CHiPS) issued appointment letters to the selected candidates.
Online application data was verified at the time of joining along with original documents of the candidates. Verified candidates were allowed for signing the contract for CMGGF program. The fellowship of the Chhattisgarh helped eligible candidates to contribute their knowledge towards the state’s development.
Most of the people in Chhattisgarh have been in farming work whereas half the manpower involved in self-employment. The rest are working for salaried jobs. While creating jobs in the state has been faster than other more advanced states. As other states, Chhattisgarh gives a great importance to Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe and women. They do allot a certain percentage of CG govt jobsopportunities to them.
Chhattisgarh has been making a great stride in promoting entrepreneurship and increasing digital footprint to help rural people. At the recent “Rural Digipreneur Summit” in Raipur, the Chhattisgarh launched plenty of initiatives to support rural entrepreneurship along with digital connectivity. Over 7,500 pages were launched for the “Common Service Centres” across the state during the summit.
Common Service Centres: on Facebook will definitely help the state build a digital presence, influence the mobile economy and gain market access in an efficient way. Shri. Raman Singhadded that introducing CSC online will help in providing services to the last mile, bring aninstance shift in governance. Initiatives launched at the Summit were:
Chai peCharcha Cafes: CSC offers space for recreation and knowledge sharing in villages. It aims to open about 200 cafes which in turn will definitely provide employment to at least 800 people.
Tele-medicine services: CSC facilitates health consultation services with physicians through Video Conferencing within and outside the state. People can obtain a prescription through the existing CSCs.
Wi-Fi Choupals: CSCs enabled Wi-Fi hotspots internet access for village people. The choupals in Durg and Balrampur were inaugurated during the event.
Sanitary napkin units: CSC facilitates the installation of accessible and affordable sanitary napkin units. Around 12 women per unit are employed to help in manufacturing 2000 high quality, biodegradable napkins every day.
As other states, Chhattisgarh developed many advanced systems in its state, and have been increasing employment opportunity in CG govt jobs.