No Interviews for Recruitment of non Gazetted Posts of Central Goverment: Narendra Modi

Sunday, October 25, 2015

Narendra Modi
On 25th October 2015 in the All India Radio's 'Mann ki Baat' programme, prime minister Narendra Modi announced  the removal of interviews in the recruitment of non gazetted officers and other service personnel of central government. This decision is taken keeping corruption in mind.
This was most demanded thing from all candidates who prepare for central government jobs. A lot of complaints filed every year regarding biased interviews and demand of money against recommendation during interviews. This is most welcomed and first major step taken by the government to reduce corruption in the government sector. This decision benefits all students who are preparing for any type 'B', 'C' and 'D' grade jobs of central government jobs. While in gazetted posts (Group'A') it will remain continue. The Government has completed all the processes involved in removal of interviews for low rank jobs of central government. The decision will come in action from 1st January 2016.
Some other highlights of Mann Ki Baat are:-
  • PM Modi given his best wishes to Indian cricket team for deciding(final) match Gandhi Mandela Series between India and South Africa.
  • He promotes organ donation programme Anga Daan, Maha Daan!
  • The he also thanked media for their support in central government's flagship programme Swachha Bharat Abhiyaan.