On Friday, the chief minister of Andhra Pradesh YS Jagan Mohan Reddy said that the state government filled 39,654 vacant posts in the academic year 2021-22 and also gave permanent jobs to 1.26 lakh employees in village/ward secretariats and took 50,000 RTC employees into the government by merging it with the APSRTC.
Jagan holded a review meeting on the job calendar at the CM Camp office and asked officials to fill the remaining vacancies in the job calendar. They were also advised to frame an action plan on police recruitments by July first week. He asked them to also fill the vacancies in the medical and health department by June end, the associate professor posts in the higher education department by September and the APPSC posts by March.
The officials informed the chief minister that 39,654 vacant posts were filled in the year 2021-22, of which 39,310 were in the medical and health department. A total of 47,465 posts were notified, of which 83.5% were filled in a year.