Bhopal: the State cabinet here on Wednesday accorded sanction to start 4,305 new anganwadi centres and 600 mini anganwadi centres in the state. As many as 4,305 posts of anganwadi worker, 4,305 assistant and 600 mini anganwadi worker honorarium basis have been sanctioned. Besides, sanction has also been granted to create 196 posts of supervisor for 4,905 anganwadi and mini anganwadi centres in regular pay scale. In compliance with announcement of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the cabinet sanctioned establishment of 5 new colleges at Bargawan (Singrauli), Narela (Bhopal), Malthaun (Sagar), Sondwa (Alirajpur) and Bakswaha (Chhatarpur). Sanction has also been granted to start new faculties/subjects/post graduate classes in Government College Ajaygarh (Panna), Khurai (Sagar) and Government Arts and Commerce College, Sagar. For these, 162 posts including 90 teaching and 72 non-teaching ones have been sanctioned.
The cabinet accorded revised administrative sanction of Rs 123 crore 12 lakh 70 thousand and Rs 91.48 crore, respectively for Uchehera-Nagaud-Singhpur-Kalinjer road (55.600 kms) and Sardarpur-Badnawar road (42.976 kms long).
The cabinet decided to wind up Rehabilitation Department and hand over its works to Revenue Department. It was also decided to extend last date for merger of remaining 514 in-service employees of Oilseed Federation by 6 months upto August 11, 2016.
The cabinet decided to increase number of seats from 150 to 230 in the Call Centre of CM Helpline 181. Due to this, number of main shifts will increase from 300 to 460. Ten posts of Assistant Director will be created in the centre. These posts will be filled by officers on deputation from various departments. Sanction has been granted to create 5 posts to appoint retired officers as advisors in the centre. The cabinet endorsed policy-2016 to establish and conduct Wayside Amenities. The cabinet endorsed the order to create 2 additional posts of accounts officer in the establishment of High Court benches.
The cabinet sanctioned 3 posts of horticulturist in establishment of main Jabalpur Bench of the High Court and Indore and Gwalior Benches. The cabinet endorsed the decision to create 18 class III and IV posts for protocol duty in district courts. It also endorsed the order create 133 additional posts of deputy clerk of court, assistant accounts and librarian-cum-forms clerk in district courts’ establishments.