The Rajasthan Government has approved the creation of 42 non-teaching posts at the Rajasthan University of Health Sciences in Jaipur.
Intending to provide better medical facilities to the people of the state, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has been working for the continuous expansion of the medical and health sectors.Cri
According to the proposal, "2 posts of Assistant Registrar, 1st Assistant Accounts Officer, 1st Deputy Legal Counsel, 1-1st post of Senior Legal Officer, Junior Accountant and Information Assistant, 5 posts of Assistant Section Officer, 3 posts of Senior Assistant, 5 posts of Junior Assistant in the University. 15 and 7 posts of Class IV employees have been created."
This decision by the Chief Minister will smoothen the administrative work in the university. The approval to increase the number of non-teaching posts has been given considering the increase in the enrollment of students and the number of affiliated colleges at Rajasthan University of Health Sciences.