In what can be a good news for the Ex-servicemen of Haryana, Chief Minister Mr ML Khattar has announced around three thousand Posts in the Police Department shall be filled by ESM. He made this statement when he was addressing a no of ex army personnel at Sainik School in Jhajhar.
Update - As per the reliable sources, the notification for 3,000 Police Personnel for Ex-Servicemen can be out soon. The Application Forms shall be available below. The candidates can download the Police ESM Recruitment Applications Forms from below -
It was the rally of ex-servicemen after the foundation stone laying and bhoomi pujan ceremony for a residential colony that will come up over 5 acre of land for the serving and retired army personnel in Bahadurgarh ( HUDA Sector 7).
CM says that the welfare of serving soldier and ESM is among the great priorities of the state govt. Adding he said that around 3000 posts in Police department in Haryana while the process of filling One thousand posts for Ex-servicemen was still on.
He also apprised the people gathered at the rally that state govt had the plan to involve ex-servicemen with the govt schools with the double aim of improving the education standard which is deteriorating clearly visible from the poor results in the recently declared results by HBSE and increasing the strength of students in these schools.
It is note-worthy that despite all the efforts by the govt, the strength in the govt schools is not being enhanced.
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He said - There are about two lac and eighty two thousand ESM in Haryana the service of whose can be used for improving the standard of education in the state.
The Army has also decided to open an Educational Complex in Sonepat to provide quality education to the children of serving and retired defence personnel. The courses which shall be run by this complex shall be related with Law, Management, Information Technology and other technical courses besides having a hostel.
Besides other Army Chief Dalbir Suhag was also present in the rally.