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Odisha government notification repeals contractual recruitment system

The notification said the Odisha Group B Posts, (Contractual Appointments), Rules, 2013, and the Odisha Group C and Group D Posts (Contractual appointment) Rules 2013 are hereby repealed.

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Bhubaneswar: Odisha government on Sunday issued a notification repealing the contractual recruitment system and regularising the services of employees appointed on a contractual basis.

The notification said the Odisha Group B Posts, (Contractual Appointments), Rules, 2013, and the Odisha Group C and Group D Posts (Contractual appointment) Rules 2013 are hereby repealed.

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Odisha Cabinet had decided on Saturday to abolish the contractual appointments and regularise 57,000 contract jobs.

After the Cabinet meeting, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik addressing the people on digital mode said that the decision would cost Rs 1300 crore to the state exchequer per annum.

According to the notification, these rules will now be called the Odisha Group B, C, and D posts (Repeal and Special Provisions) Rules, 2022, and shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Odisha Gazette.

The initial appointees under the contractual rules shall be deemed to have been appointed against the post on regular basis as of the date of commencement of these rules.

The employees, who have been given regular appointments after completing six years of service under the respective contractual rules, shall be given fixation of their pay as on the date of commencement of these rules by way of granting notional increments considering the date of their contractual appointment.

The employees, whose services have been regularised, shall be allowed service benefits like promotion in the cadre on the notional basis to which they would have been entitled as per rules, had they been recruited on regular basis.

On commencement of these rules, the employees shall be assigned seniority in the cadre to which they would have been entitled as per rules, had they been recruited on regular basis.

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