Various Decisions Taken in State Cabinet Meeting
Jaipur, The State cabinet has decided that the direct recruitment examination for the third grade teacher shall be conducted by the agency prescribed by the state government instead of Zila Parishads. The cabinet also decided that the state government can transfer any employee of the Panchayat Samiti and Zila Parishads from one Panchayat Samiti or Zila Parishad to other place of posting within the same Panchayat Samit area. For these decisions amendment ordinance in section 89 and 90 of Rajasthan Panchayati Raj Act, 1994 shall be brought named Rajasthan Panchayati Raj (3rd Amendment) Ordinance, 2015.
Various other decisions were also taken during the cabinet meeting held on Tuesday at CMO. The meeting was presided over by Chief Minister Smt. Vasundhara Raje.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister Rajendra Rathore while addressing the media after the cabinet meeting informed that decision was taken regarding transfer of matters related to legal metrology from Industry department to Consumer Affairs department. Cabinet also gave approval to change in the name of designation as Assistant Prosecution Officer from the existing Assistant Public Prosecutor Grade-II under Rajasthan Prosecution Subordinate Service (Second Amendment) Rules, 2015. The designation of Assistant Public Prosecutor Grade-I shall be changed as Prosecution Officer under Rajasthan Prosecution Service (Amendment) Rules, 2015.    
Shri Rathore informed that during the cabinet meeting the progress of Revenue Lok Adalats under Nyay Aapke Dwar campaign was reviewed and satisfaction was expressed over the progress made during the 13 days. He informed that during the campaign revenue matters pending for the years have been disposed off. Pending revenue matters related to four Gram Panchayats of Raniwara sub-division of Jalore district have been disposed during the campaign. All the four gram panchayats have become revenue cases free gram panchayats.
The Parliamentary Affairs Minister informed that cabinet approved exemption from entry tax to Manipal University Jaipur and Manipal Integrated Services Pvt. Ltd. for three years from September 3, 2013. Approval was also given to provide 9 percent interest subsidy on loan amount, 50% exemption in electricity duty for 10 years and 100% exemption in stamp duty and VAT on raw material to Vallabh Pitti Group under RIPS, 2014 to set up an industrial spinning unit having the capacity of 2 lakh spindles in Jhalawar. The cabinet also gave approval to 100% exemption from Mandi Tax to Goyal Proteins Ltd to set up venture of innovative nature that will produce high value added soya products in Kesar village of Kota.

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