Chief Minister of Rajasthan Ashok Gehlot gave his approval for the creation of 42 non-teaching positions at the Rajasthan University of Health Sciences in Jaipur.
Gehlot has been advocating for the ongoing growth of the medical and health sectors in order to actualize the notion of Nirogi Rajasthan.
According to the proposal, “2 posts of assistant registrar, 1st assistant accounts officer, 1st deputy legal counsel, 1st post of senior legal officer, junior accountant, and information assistant, 5 posts of assistant section officer, 3 posts of senior assistant, and 5 posts of junior assistant in the University. 15 and seven posts of Class IV employees have been created.”
Gehlot’s choice will make it easier to manage the university’s administrative tasks. It is important to note that permission has been given to increase the number of non-teaching posts at Rajasthan University of Health Sciences due to the ongoing growth in student enrollment and the number of affiliated colleges.