Odisha Cabinet approves 17 proposals; proposal to increase scope of KALIA Scheme approved

Bhubaneswar: Odisha Cabinet that met under the chairmanship of of CM Navee Patnaik approves 17 proposals. Odisha cabinet approves proposal to increase scope of KALIA Scheme to include 10 lakh additional small, marginal, landless farmers and sharecroppers; cash transfers to be made on April 1 (for Kharif Season) and September 1 (for Rabi season).

Odisha cabinet approves proposal to provide compensation to victims in man-animal conflicts within 15 days.

The Odisha Cabinet also approved the restructuring of the Odisha Elementary Education Service Cadre to give more promotional opportunities to the teachers and headmasters working in Elementary Education Service.

The restructuring will provide scope for at least three promotions to the teachers. New posts of Senior Teacher, Graduate Teacher and Senior Headmaster of Primary Schools have been created and the number of posts of Headmasters of Upper Primary Schools has been increased.

The Cabinet approved that the completion of inquiry will be completed within three days and payment of compensation within a period of 15 days from the date of lodging of the complaint.

The Dynamic Assured Career Progression (DACP) Scheme for Medical Officers of Odisha Medical and Health Services (OMHS) Cadres also received the Cabinet nod.

Now, the medical officers will get three assured promotions that are after seven years of services, 14 years of service and 21 years of service from the direct entry level. Such promotions under DACP scheme will be made without linkage to vacancies.

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