Mann Ki Baat: No interviews for low rank govt jobs from January 01, 2016, says PMNew Delhi: There will be no more interviews for non-gazetted government posts for lower posts from 2016, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced on Sunday.Making the announcement Modi in his monthly radio programme " Mann Ki
New Delhi: There will be no more interviews for non-gazetted government posts for lower posts from 2016, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced on Sunday.
Making the announcement Modi in his monthly radio programme " Mann Ki Baat" sought to remind listeners about his Independence Day address, when he had said that interviews should be done away with for lower posts.
"The process is almost complete... There will be no interviews for non-gazetted government jobs for group D, C, and B," Modi said
"It will be implemented from January 1, 2016. We did not want to stop the ongoing process," he said.
Against the backdrop of incidents of violence with communal and casteist overtones, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said diversity of religions and castes is the beauty of India and that the 'mantra' of unity should be carried forward through thinking and expressions
Invoking Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel ahead of his birth anniversary, he strongly batted for 'unity in diversity' while asserting that peace, harmony and unity are the key to progress
"The mantra of unity should always be the medium of our thinking, our behaviour and expression," Modi said in his monthly radio programme 'Mann Ki Baat'
"India is full of diversity. It has different sects, different religions, different languages and different castes
There are so many diversities in our India and this diversity is our beauty," the Prime Minister said in his 35-minute programme
He said if this diversity was not there, "we would not have been able to feel proud. Therefore, diversity is the mantra of unity."
Mentioning the upcoming birth anniversary of Patel on October 31, Modi said, "Let us pay tribute to Sardar (Patel) Sahab. Take the unity mantra forward."
His comments assume significance as recently there have been incidents of violence lynching of a man over beef-eating rumours in Uttar Pradesh and burning of a Dalit's house in Haryana, which had communal and casteist overtones.