Punjabi language check obligatory for candidates making use of for Group C, D posts: CM Bhagwant Mann
Chandigarh, Might 24
The Punjab authorities on Tuesday made it obligatory for candidates making use of for its Group C and D posts to clear a Punjabi language check with not less than 50 per cent marks.
The transfer is geared toward promotion of the language, in response to an official assertion.
The choice was taken by Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann at a gathering with officers right here.
Mann stated it can now be obligatory for all candidates making use of for Group C and D posts to clear the Punjabi language eligibility check with a minimal of fifty per cent marks previous to competing for the recruitment examination.
On Might 5, the state authorities kick-started a drive to fill 26,454 vacancies, together with numerous posts from the Group C and D classes.