Central government 2.2 lakh jobs 2016-17 declares Narendra Modi
: New Delhi: It’s really a big news for people who are seeking Central government jobs .It seems ‘Achhe din’ are here as PM Narendra Modi is set to give jobs to 2.2 lakh people in Central government.This recruitment of 2.2 lakh people in Central government jobs will take place in a period of 2 years from March 1, 2015, according to a report in TOI.‘Minimum government, maximum governance’ has been one of PM Narendra Modi’s catchiest slogans.

Indian government central department will be release the 2 lakhs job notifications 2016 shortly. So want to know full details regarding 2.2 lac central govt jobs 2016 please up to date with us or save this page url. Here we will tell you complete information regarding the Upcoming Jobs in Central govt. Narendra Modi had announced this news in last year only but now Prime Minister had confirmed that 2016 Central govt jobs are going to release shortly in this year. This will amazing news for all job seekers people waiting from long time. So, Applicant who are searching for the upcoming central govt jobs 2016-17 can apply online.

Central government 2.2 lakh jobs 2016-17 declares Narendra Modi

The central government’s actual staff on March 1, 2015 was 33.05 lakh, which increased to 34.93 lakh in 2016 and is estimated to grow to 35.23 lakh by March 1, 2017, according to the budget estimates for 2016-17. This includes the railways — which has not added a single worker to its strength of 13,26,437 in the last three years — but excludes the defence forces.

The biggest increase of 70,000 is projected in the revenue department which comprises income tax and customs and excise, followed by central paramilitary forces, projected to rise by 47,000. The strength of the home ministry, excluding paramilitary forces, has increased by 6,000. The cabinet secretariat, a fairly small department assisting the government, will add 301 employees, going up from 900 in 2015 to 1,201 by March 1, 2017. The I&B ministry added nearly 2,200 personnel in the last two years.

The personnel ministry, which manages government staff, added 1,800 jobs in the last two years, the urban development ministry 6,000, mines ministry 4,399 and department of space 1,000.However, the financial allocation for salaries and allowances for the revenue department has not shown any major difference, for the reason that the department has not been able to recruit personnel due to slow progress in the cadre restructuring exercise.

Some departments have faced downsizing. Interestingly, there has been a cut in the department of rural development, the focus area of the government, where the strength has come down from 538 in 2015 to 472 in 2016-17.

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