Approximately 8 lakh people applied for 4,410 posts in Maharashtra government

Mumbai: 7.9 lakh people have applied for 4,410 jobs in the Maharashtra government. The posts which have been reinstated are class four and three levels, which are considered as starting-level jobs. According to the reports many over-qualified people have applied in this restoration.

Under this restoration, many posts like Forest Guard, Junior Clerk, Junior Accountant will be filled. Most people apply for forest guard, for which the minimum qualification is 12th. At the same time, 1.7 lakh applicants have applied for posts of junior clerks and junior accountants.

Before the elections, Maharashtra government is going to start the process of restoring 72,000 vacant posts in various departments. Under this, the government has started the process of restoring 4,410 positions in the first lot. The state government will soon start the process of restoration of 12 thousand posts.

The Maharashtra government had banned restoration due to financial problems since 2015. State Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis removed this ban last year and now the process of restoration has been started.

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