News Topic:Government Employees

Electrical employees to resume strike from February 2

Electrical employees in Jammu and Kashmir have decided to resume their postponed strike from next month to attract the attention towards their demands.

J-K Govt advises employees to submit APRs

The government on Thursday asked all employees to submit details of annual property details between January 1 to 31.

J-K Govt apportions 1193 employees to Ladakh

The government on Monday ordered apportion of 1193 employees to the Union Territory of Ladakh.

J-K Govt orders dismissal of five employees for anti-national activities

The Government of J&K has ordered the dismissal of five employees under Article 311 of the Constitution of India for their involvement in anti-national activities.

J-K Govt orders implementation of JKHRMS

The government ordered the implementation of the Jammu & Kashmir Human Resource Management System (JKHRMS) and asked employees to register themselves.

Committee on daily wagers to submit report this month: LG Sinha

J&K Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha said the government will decide the fate of daily wagers soon as their demand is legitimate.

Govt asks officials to wear formal dress while attending courts & offices

The Government of Jammu and Kashmir asked all the officers and officials to follow proper formal dress code while attending any court of law or office.

J-K Govt directs departments to shift officials having tenure of more than 5 years

The administration of J&K UT has directed all the departments to identify and recommend the transfer of employees having a tenure of more than five years.

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