Employment And Training Schemes

Employment Cell

INTRODUCTION

There is an Employment Cell exclusively to register the names of the SC/ST having any level of qualification for employment purpose.

DESCRIPTION AND OBJECTIVE

This cell sponsors candidates who have registered their names in the Employment Cell as per the seniority maintained to the recruitment agencies who contact this cell for sponsoring names of SC/ST candidates. This cell will not sponsor names for filling up of backlog vacancies. In  case of back log vacancies the concerned departments may be contacted for any details.  

ELIGIBILITY: Any level of qualification is eligible. 

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED: Attested copies of Marks Cards and Caste Certificate has to be given for registration

WHOM TO APPROACH:  The Candidates may contact the Deputy Director Employment and Training for further information. In case of delay the Commissioner of Social Welfare may be contacted.  This cell is proposed to be closed in view of declining prospects through this cell and growing importance given for wide publicity in news papers.

 DETAILS OF BACKLOG VACANCIES-

Government have issued a Notification dated 27 -11-2001 in which Special Rules are framed with regard to identification and filling of Backlog vacancies. These rules were amended and issued on 1-6-2002 . As per these rules, various Government Departments, Boards and Corporations, Universities, Co-operative Institution, Aided Institutions, Companies Etc., Have identified Backlog vacancies with the help of the Social Welfare Department. The following table gives details of vacancies in different institutions, SC/ST wise.

.

 

Sl.No

Appointing authority

Vacancies Identified

Vacancies Notified

Vacancies for future appointments and sick units

Balance to be notified

No. of  Candidates

 

 

Selected

Appointed

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

 

 

SC

ST

SC

ST

SC

ST

SC

ST

SC

ST

SC

ST

1.

Department

10220

2969

8619

2356

1545

605

56

8

8300

2159

8035

2101

2.

University

567

356

544

327

23

29

-

-

336

164

325

159

3.

Boards / corporation & Co-op Institutions.

3570

1127

2616

859

388

133

566

135

2454

713

2177

503

 

Total

14357

4452

11779

3542

1956

767

622

143

11090

3036

10537

2763

 

 

18809

15321

2723

765

14126

13300

As there are no clear vacancies in various institutions fill up backlog vacancies, the Cabinet-Sub-Committee on backlog vacancies have decided to fill 2498 vacancies in future as and when vacancies arises. The following table gives such of vacancies in various institutions.  

SL.No

Appointing Authority

SC

ST

 

DEPARTMENTS

 

 

1

GIA Degree Colleges

692

314

2

GIA PU Colleges

135

-

3

GIA Engineering Colleges

100

90

4

GIA Polytechnics

19

14

5

GIA High Schools

92

107

6

GIA Primary Schools

66

35

7

Mines and Geology

 

1

8

Sericulture

100

26

9

P.W.D &Water Resource

320

-

10

Co-Operative Audit

2

1

11

State Achieves

 

1

12

Stamps and Registration as per 18-4-05 )

14

12

13

Archeology & Museum Bellary

2

2

14

Commerce & Industries

3

1

 

Total

1545

604

 

BOARDS & CORPORATION

 

 

15

Sugar Factories

187

39

16

Slum Clearance Board

4

4

17

Karnataka Handloom Weavers Co-operative Bank

13

2

18

Karnataka State Industrial Co-operative Bank

25

10

19

Karnataka Silk Research and Development Board

9

2

20

DCC Banks

1

1

 

Total

239

58

  UNIVERSITIES    
 

Kar. University

21

21

 

Mangalore University

2

8

 

Total

23

29

 

 

 

 

 

Grand Total

2498

 

 There are a total of 225 backlog vacancies identified in sick units, which are not in a position to fill up these vacancies. Hence these vacancies are treated as vacancies that canít be filled up. The following is the table of such institutions.  

Sl.No

APPOINTING AUTHORITIES

Backlog vacancies not notified

1

KARNATAKA ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNAL

 

1

2

KARNATAKA AGRO INDUSTRIES CORPN.

6

2

3

KARNATAKA SOAPS AND DETERGENTS LTD

5

 

4

KARNATAKA STATE COMPOST DEV.CORP.

1

2

5

KARNATAKA STATE CONSTRUCTION CORPORATION

14

6

6

KARNATAKA STATE CO-OP MARKETING FEDERATION

11

8

7

KARNATAKA STATE CO-OPERATIVE CONSUMERS FEDERATION

26

11

8

KARNATAKA STATE CO-OPERATIVE OIL SEEDS PRODUCERS FED

4

 

9

KARNATAKA TOURISM DEV CORP

20

14

10

KARNATAKA FISHERIES DEVELOPMENT CORPO

13

10

11

KEONICS

20

6

12

KAVIKA

8

1

13

MYSORE ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIES

16

12

14

NGEF

5

3

 

TOTAL

149

76

 

 

225

 So far 14126 candidates have been selected for different category of posts in different institutions. Action has been taken to notify a small number of vacancies that are recently identified.

 Karnataka SC/ST Commission

 1)     The Government of Karnataka felt it necessary to appoint a commission of inquiry for the purpose of making an inquiry into a definite matter of public importance like demands from a certain section of persons belonging to SC/ST that a disproportionately large number of benefits have gone to a particular caste or tribe among the SC/STs and their subsequent demand for the categorization of SC/ST among the SC/STs.   Further, having regard to the nature of the inquiry and other circumstances of the case, the Government of Karnataka vide notification no. SWD 227 SAD 03 dt. 7/1/2004 formed a Commission of enquiry headed by retired Chief Justice.  At present the Commission is headed by Justice A.J.Sadashiva, and working at No.14/3, II Floor,CFC Building, Nrupatunga Road, Bangalore-1.

 2)     The Karnataka State Commission for SC/STs have been formed vide notification No. SAMVYASHAE 58 SHASANA 01 dated 10/10/2002 governed by the Karnataka State Commission for SC/ST Act 2002.

The main functions and powers of the Commission are as follows:-

a)         to investigate and examine the working of various safeguards provided in the constitution of India or any other law for the time being in force or under any order of the Government for the welfare and protection of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes of Karnataka and ; 

b)        to enquire into specific complaints with respect to the deprivation of rights and safeguard of the SCs/STs of Karnataka and to take up such matters with appropriate authorities;

c)         to participate and advise on the planning process of socio economic development of the SCs/STs and to evaluate the progress of their development in the State.

 d) To make recommendations as to the measures that should be taken by the State for the effective implementation of  safeguards and other measures for the protection, welfare and socio economic development of the SCs/STs and make report to the State Government annually and at such other times as the Commission may deem fit.

e)     to discharge such other functions in relation to the protection, welfare, development and advancement of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes as may be prescribed Provided that if any matter specified in this section is dealt with the National Commission for SCs/STs established under Article 338 of the Constitution of India and the State Commission for SCs/STs shall cease to have jurisdiction on such matters.

3)     Laying of report- The State Government shall cause such reports referred to in clause (d) of Section 8 to be laid before each house of the State Legislature explaining the action taken or proposed to be taken and the reasons, if any for non-acceptance of the recommendations.

4)     Powers of Commission- The Commission shall while investigating any matter under section 8, have all the powers of Civil Court in trying a suite and in particular in respect of the following matters namely:-

i) Summoning and enforcing the attendance of any person from any part of the State and examining him on oath;

ii) requiring the discovery and production of any document;

iii) receiving evidence on affidavits;

iv) requisitioning any public record or copy thereof from any court or office;

v) issuing commissions for the examination of witnesses and documents ; and

vi) any other matter which may be prescribed.

 

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