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Khandu distributes appointment letters to 1,256 new govt. recruits

Itanagar, Feb 22 (UNI) The Arunachal Pradesh government on Thursday distributed appointment letters to 1,256 new recruits under various state government departments.
The job letters were handed over to the successful candidates of the Combined Secondary Level Examination-2023, conducted by the Arunachal Pradesh Staff Selection Board (APSSB) on November 26, 2023, the results of which were declared on February 6.
To mark the mass appointment of new employees in various state government departments, Chief Minister Pema Khandu symbolically handed over ‘offer letters’ to 30 new recruits in an event – Rozgar Mela – organized by the state’s Youth Affairs department here, which was witnessed by rest of the successful candidates.
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