Chhattisgarh Cabinet Meeting: Key Decisions for Education, Housing, and Administration

In a recent meeting of the Chhattisgarh Cabinet, several significant decisions were made addressing a range of issues related to education, housing, administration, and development. These resolutions aim to enhance the state’s governance and improve the quality of life for its residents.

Key Highlights:

  1. Forest Rights Act Implementation: Approval was granted for the process of transferring forest land to heirs under the Forest Rights Act.
  2. National Education Policy 2020: A decision was made to fully implement the National Education Policy 2020 across Chhattisgarh, aiming to modernize and elevate the state’s education system.
  3. Age Relaxation for Local Recruitment: Local residents will receive a 5-year age relaxation for recruitment into various positions within the Chhattisgarh Armed Forces.
  4. New Department Formation: A new department named “Good Governance and Convergence Department” has been established to streamline administrative processes.
  5. Housing Registration Extended: The registration date for the housing scheme in Naya Raipur has been extended to March 31, 2027, to facilitate more residents.
  6. State Capital Region Establishment: The process for establishing the Chhattisgarh State Capital Region has been initiated to promote organized urban development.
  7. Amendment in Procurement Rules: Government procurement rules have been amended to make the use of the GeM portal mandatory, ensuring transparency and efficiency.
  8. Rural Housing Scheme: Under the Chief Minister’s Rural Housing Scheme, 47,090 housing units have been approved for families without homes.

These decisions are anticipated to bring significant changes in the fields of education, housing, administrative reform, and rural development in Chhattisgarh. They reflect the state’s commitment to overall development and the welfare of its citizens.

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