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After Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the Prime Minister of Madhya Pradesh, announced government jobs in Madhya Pradesh only for young people, he announced again on Thursday that the recruitment of government jobs in the state would be based on the results of the candidates in the joint aptitude test of the National Recruitment Agency (NRA) will be based).

On Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in a tweet: “The National Recruitment Agency will prove to be a blessing for many young people. The Common Eligibility Test eliminates multiple tests and saves valuable time and resources. This will also greatly improve transparency. ”

Chouhan said in a series of tweets on Thursday, “I have made a unique and revolutionary decision for the good of our young sons and daughters. State youth are not required to take a separate exam for government agencies in the state. They are given jobs based on their grades in the exam to be conducted by the NRA. “

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He continued, “Madhya Pradesh happens to be the first state in the country to have made a model decision to create jobs based on grades obtained in NRA exams. Other states in the country can also repeat this decision and relieve sons and daughters there. I am grateful to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for establishing the NRA. ”

CM had previously said on Tuesday: “We made an important decision that the jobs of the state government would only be given to young people who belong to the MP. We use the necessary legal provisions for this. The MP’s resources are intended only for the children of the state. ”

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In a tweet, the CM said: “As of today, the children of Madhya Pradesh have the first right to the resources of Madhya Pradesh. All government jobs are reserved for the children of Madhya Pradesh only. Our goal is to include the local talent in the state’s survey. ”

State Congress spokesman Abhay Dubey said: “On the one hand, the CM shows its confidence in a national recruitment agency just to please the Prime Minister, and on the other, it speaks of regionalism while saying that no youth from any other part of the country can get you Got government job in Madhya Pradesh. He’s making all of these announcements to attract the young voters, but the fact is that government jobs have been cut significantly during the BJP’s past 15-year regime. He has to tell people how many jobs were made available to the youth of the state during the BJP regime. ”


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