The Himachal Pradesh government announced on Monday that the state government will give a six-month child adoption leave for its regular women staff.
Shimla: State assembly election in Himachal Pradesh is around the corner. All the political parties are gearing up for the upcoming assembly polls. The state government has made several crucial decisions to attract voters.
The Himachal Pradesh government announced on Monday that the state government has approved a six-month child adoption leave for its regular women employees, officials said.
The state Cabinet approved the policy at a meeting presided over by Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur, which was revealed by the public relations department in its note.
Several other projects also got approval during the meeting, including the Mukhya Mantri Shodh Protsahan Yojna, which will provide a monthly fellowship of Rs 3,000 for three years to research scholars with the aim of encouraging the youth to carry out excellent research work in different sectors.
The state government has approved the opening of a new police post on the premises of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) under Sadar Police Station in Bilaspur district. This will lead to the creation of six posts in different categories.
Approval was also given by the Cabinet to establish Transport Nagar in Solan to check problems caused by haphazard parking and encroachment by automobile repair shops within the municipal area.