According to 2017-18 data provided by the Department of Employment and Training, of the 8.8 billion employees in state government, state government companies, and local agencies, 2.92 billion were women. The percentage of women among public employees is 33%.
“The current trend is that women are doing much better in terms of numbers in government service. The quota system does not mean that it will translate directly into numbers, ”said a senior bureaucrat on condition of anonymity. The official pointed to the number of women who compete in the general category also to enter service on merit. From Angawandi staff to lunchroom workers, teachers, assistants, section officers, chief engineers, and additional secretaries, women occupy various positions in government offices.
Responding to the debate on the demand for subsidies for human resources management department, the minister said preference would be given to orphans, who had lost their parents to Covid-19, first-generation graduates and Tamil-language students in public schools, while filling vacancies in government positions.
“Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the age limit for recruitment exams will be relaxed by two years as exams were delayed,” said Palanivel Thiaga Rajan. the Tamil The role of language would be mandatory in exams conducted by recruitment agencies for all state government departments and companies to ensure that 100% of Tamil Nadu candidates are nominated for vacancies.
The HR department would obtain software and experts for the Anti-Corruption and Surveillance Directorate (DVAC) at a cost of Rs 1.1 million to analyze online banking transactions. The state government would establish DVAC units in newly established districts, including Chengalpet, Kallakurichi, Mayiladuthurai, Ranipet, Tenkasi and Triupattur, at a cost of Rs 2.9 crore.
The state government plans to train all public school teachers, from primary schools to upper secondary schools, at the Anna Institute of Management. Together with teachers, child protection officers, anganwadi workers, midday meal workers, and welfare shelter guards, they would receive special training at a cost of 2 million rupees. The government would conduct refresher courses in time management for government employees who have reached 53 years of age, as well as training in leadership qualities and maintaining good public relations.