Punjab Education Minister hands over appointment letters to 42 newly-appointed employees in education department

Chandigarh: Punjab School Education Minister Mr. Vijay Inder Singla today handed over appointment letters to 42 newly-appointed employees in the education department. During a brief program held at Punjab Bhawan adhering to Covid norms, the cabinet minister said that the employees have been inducted in the department on various posts on compassionate grounds which included a science mistress, a social science mistress, a librarian, an ETT, 10 clerks, 3 SLAs, 18 peons, 4 chowkidars and 3 sweepers.

Addressing the newly appointed employees, Mr. Vijay Inder Singla said that though the loss of the deceased employees could not be compensated but by giving regular appointments to the family members of the deceased employees the government has fulfilled its promise of providing respectable means of livelihood to the dependents. He expressed hope that these newly inducted officials would live up to the expectation of the government with their hard work and honesty towards work.

The cabinet minister said that the Punjab Government under the visionary leadership of Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has introduced several reforms and policies to enhance the quality of school education in the state. He added that with the regular efforts of their government, Punjab has become a leader in the field of school education across the country and several other states have also started following policies of the Punjab government.