41 proposals including transfer policy approved by Yogi cabinet


Lucknow: After the Lok Sabha Elections 2024, the first meeting of the Yogi Cabinet was held in UP on Tuesday. In this, 41 proposals including the new transfer policy have been approved. Out of these, 26 proposals are from the Ministry of Water Resources. This was the first paperless cabinet meeting of the Yogi Government. After the transfer policy was approved in the Yogi Cabinet meeting, now the transfer policy has been approved for the transfer of lakhs of employees of the state in the month of June. Now transfers can be done in UP till June 30. There will be bumper transfers of IAS, IPS, PPS PCS. Transfers of officers stuck in the departments for a long time will be possible.

In the meeting, 26 out of 50 projects of Bundelkhand region have been approved. Whose total cost is Rs 10858 crore. It has been increased by Rs 1394 crore. After the meeting, Cabinet Minister Swatantra Dev Singh said that all the projects will be completed in two months.

Approval given to these proposals

Promoting private universities and approval of one government university in every division. The name of the university has been shortened by removing the state from its name. Moradabad University has been renamed as Guru Jambheshwar University. Green Ghaziabad and Future University will be opened in Bareilly.

In view of the preparations for the Maha Kumbh to be held in Prayagraj, the area has been expanded to 4000 hectares in 2025 as compared to 3200 hectares in 2019. It is estimated that about six crore people will come on Mauni Amavasya. Rs 2500 crore has been allocated for Kumbh. A 500-bed hospital was approved in Noida. It will be constructed on 15 acres of land.

School of Medical Research and Technology will be set up for medical research in IIT Kanpur. For this, the state government will give Rs 10 crore every year. In this way, Rs 50 crore will be given in five years. The remaining help will come from the Center. Under the new transfer policy, all the personnel of Group A, B, C and D in the state will be transferred by June 30. Personnel posted in districts for more than three years and in divisions for more than seven years will be removed. The pick and choose system will end. The one who is older will be removed first. A maximum of 20 percent personnel in Group A and B and a maximum of 10 percent personnel in Group C and D will be transferred.


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