As per the decision, the universities can engage a maximum of 20 retired employees.
Universities can engaged retired employees
The universities in Odisha can now engage retired employees for the vacant non-teaching posts. The move is likely to tide over the problems faced by the varsities in management and other daily operations.
According to reports, the Higher Education department secretary, Birendra Korkara has written letter to all the vice-chancellors of the universities in this regard.
As per the decision, the universities can engage a maximum of 20 retired employees. The concerned varsities can engage them as section officers, junior and senior assistants, storekeeper and in other Group D posts.
The recruitment will be governed by the rules and norms of the General Administration department and the staff will be entitled for a consolidated remuneration as per the wages fixed by the State Finance department. All the engagements will be on temporary basis for one year or till appointment of regular employees.