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Parliamentary panel on SC-ST Welfare suggests prompt filling of backlog vacancies

Parliamentary panel on SC-ST Welfare suggests prompt filling of backlog vacancies

New Delhi, Sep 16 (UNI) The Parliamentary Committee on the Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes has recommended that Coal India Limited, the Prasar Bharati and Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited should make efforts to fulfill the backlog vacancies at the earliest.
Member of Parliamentary Committee on the Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Bhanu Pratap Singh Verma presented to the Lok Sabha, the Second, Third and Fourth Reports of the Committee.
The Second Report of the Committee was on Implementation of Reservation Policy for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in Coal India Limited and it's Subsidiaries.
The Third Reports was on ways and means to ensure reservation for SCs and STs in the light of privatisation, outsourcing of work and contractual employment in Government services, PSUs and autonomous bodies, with special reference to BSNL.
The Fourth report was on ways and means to ensure reservation for SCs and STs in the light of privatisation, outsourcing of work and contractual employment in Government services, PSUs and autonomous bodies, with special reference to Prasar Bharati.
The Committee recommended that Coal India Limited should make efforts to fulfill backlog vacancies at the earliest.
The panel suggested that CIL and its subsidiaries should deploy personnel, who simultaneously keep record of workers, working under contractors in these hazardous industries.
It recommended that workers, who met an accident and died in Mahanadi Coal Fields, also be given compensation, irrespective of the fact whether they were registered in the payroll of the contractor.
The Committee strongly recommended that the Ministry should increase the number of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe employees of Coal India Limited, who undergo training abroad, since their numbers are abysmally low.
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