The Nagaland government on February 28, announced to relax the age restriction by two years, for entry into government services. "The governor of Nagaland is pleased to allow relaxation of age for entry into government services for a period of additional 2 years with effect from 22 April", government notification stated. However, this will be a one-time relaxation due to COVID-19 pandemic and disruptions in movement of recruitment activities… read-more
In a historic move, Karnataka becomes the first state in the country to provide 1% reservation to transgenders in general as well as reserve category of all government services. As per the amended Karnataka Civil Service Rule, 1977, everyone must be hired on the grounds of "fairness". The rule also possesses a section named the "others" option in the gender column.
Courtesy: India Times
On the lines of AAP-led Delhi government, Karnataka is planning to provide 55 government services at the citizens' doorsteps. The services under the ‘Janasevaka’ programme includes Aadhaar card, caste and income certificates, health cards and BBMP khatha transfers. The services will be rolled out on January 15, initially catering to Bengaluru's five assembly constituencies. The citizens can avail the services either from the… read-more
Courtesy: The Indian Express