In a testimony to transparency in recruitment process, a massive function was organised in which appointment letters were given to the new appointees in the Health Department, including assistant professors.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath led the function in Lucknow while public representatives distributed the appointment letters in districts.
On Tuesday, appointment letters were given to 278 assistant professors, 2,142 staff nurses and 48 AYUSH teachers.
“It is a major accomplishment of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath as it has increased transparency in recruitments. It is not only ensuring provision of employment to the maximum number of youths, but also appointment of the most deserving, meritorious and eligible ones on vacant positions across sectors,” a government spokesman said here on Tuesday.
In this sequence, the state government held an appointment letter distribution ceremony across the state. The function was led by the chief minister who distributed the appointment letters at a function held in the Lok Bhavan.
Earlier on Sunday, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had distributed appointment letters to 242 assistant boring technicians at the Lok Bhavan.
The newly-appointed youths expressed their gratitude to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for fulfilling their wish for a prosperous future. The youth believe that transparency has played a crucial role in their obtaining employment and it has given them an acute sense of responsibility towards the work as well.
One of the new recruits, Dr Ved Prakash Upadhyaya, said that the distribution of appointment letters at Lok Bhawan rather than the college itself gave him a sense of pride. He said that the address of Chief Minister Yogi inspired him to work with dedication and also pay attention to both treatment of patients and education of children.
Sarojini Devi, a resident of Barabanki, has been selected for the position of staff nurse in Pratapgarh. She said that complete transparency was maintained in the appointments in all government departments.
Dr Anjali Chaudhary, who received an appointment letter for the post of assistant professor in Sultanpur, thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for the fair selections. She said “recruitment based on a fair process boosts our confidence and inspires us to do something new every day”.
Mohd Faizan Ansari, who has been appointed as an assistant professor in Kanpur Dehat, said that he was enthusiastic about the impartiality of the appointment process and expressed gratitude to the Yogi government for it. He said that the honest appointment process “has increased our responsibility as well and now we have to work hard to deliver good results”.
Yet another candidate, Shweta Singh of Deoria who has been selected for Basti, said that the appointment had taken place in a completely fair and transparent manner.
“In Uttar Pradesh, eligibility is the only criterion for selection. We obtained employment only by meeting this criterion. For this, we thank the Yogi Adityanath government,” she added.