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4,667 graduates to be recruited for the trainee positions in the government sector

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By ITN News Editor September 11, 2019 19:31

4,667 graduates to be recruited for the trainee positions in the government sector

The cabinet approval has been granted to commence training programs for graduates who are to be recruited for traineelevel positionsin the governmentsector.
Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe informed the cabinet of Ministers that 4,667 trainee graduates will be recruited in this month. The graduates who had completed their degrees after year 2012 are eligible for the scheme. Priority will be accorded to the graduates who are in the age limit of 45 years. Both internal and external graduates will be recruited.
The cabinet of Ministers has also endorsed the proposal submitted by the President to formulate a national policy and a strategy to ensure sustainable development in the country. Under the proposal, all the government and provincial council institutions are expected to carry out programs in line with the best sustainable development practices. 41 member committee will be appointed to formulate a sustainable development policy for the island nation. The President has informed the cabinet of Ministers to prepare budget proposals for the next year while the policies on sustainable development taking into the account.
The cabinet granted its approval to provide an additional allowance to the people who were affected by the construction of the Mora-gaha-kanda and Kalu Ganga mega development project. The additional compensation will be made in addition to the estimated compensation to be paid to them. 50 percent additional allowance will be given away to permanent residents of the Laggala and Naa-ula Divisional Secretariat areas who were hit by the construction project.
The cabinet has decided to pay compensation to the affected in the Mediri-giriya Divisional Secretariat area though they were not included in the review committee’s report.
Meanwhile, the cabinet of Ministers approved the proposal to appoint a committee to study fines stipulated by certain Acts and ordinary Acts for violation of law. It has been identified that the fines imposed on certain offences are outdated and need to be amended with the immediate effect.

ITN News Editor
By ITN News Editor September 11, 2019 19:31

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