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Appointment Letters on compassionate grounds handed over to 11 candidates in Public Works Department

Chandigarh, July 6, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
Following the directions of the Chief Minister Mr. Bhagwant Singh Mann for resolving all the cases of employment on compassionate ground at the earliest, the appointment letters have been handed over to 11 candidates in the Department of Public Works, here today.

Congratulating newly appointed candidates, Punjab Public Works Minister Mr. Harbhajan Singh ETO exhorted them to serve the people of the state with dedication and honestly.

These candidates have been given the appointment letters for the posts of grade-3 and 4. With today’s recruitment drive, all the pending cases of appointing grade-4 employees on compassionate grounds in the department, have been approved.

The Cabinet Minister said that the state government was fully committed to provide employment to the youth of the state.

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