A Tale of Triumph in testing times – The District Compassionate Committee proving to be support for dependents of the deceased government employees

Ranchi/Chaibasa: The District Compassionate Committee is acting as a ray of hope. The Chaibasa District Compassionate Committee is the harbinger of hope for the families of all those government employees who passed away from the world while discharging their duties.

The main purpose of the formation of this committee is to make recommendations for granting compassionate appointments to the dependents of government servants who died during their service. Through this committee, relief is being provided to the family of the concerned government servant to aid them in recovering from the testing times.

The recommendation of the Compassionate Committee, not only helps in improving the future life of the people, but also keeps them motivated to move forward relentlessly. If viewed in the context of the West Singhbhum district, after the month of April-2021 till the month of May-2022, the meeting of the District Compassionate Committee was called for about 8 times in the presence of the revered members of the Compassionate Committee.

During each meeting, decisions were taken after the required scrutiny of the applications of the compassionate cases received in the establishment office and recommendations were made to give permanent jobs to the concerned dependents. As a result of which, government jobs were provided to youth of a total 111 dependent families that including 82 under Group C service category and 29 under the Group D service in various offices under the district.

Currently employed with the establishment office Abhishek Karavan tells his father Late Shivprasad Karavan was working in the Chaibasa Municipal Council and he, unfortunately, died during his service he submitted an application to the establishment office for a job and after getting a recommendation in the year 2021 he got a government job. “Today my family and I are very happy.”

He has been giving his service in the Collectorate itself. Mohd Salman Zafar says that his father, late Mohd Aslam met with a tragic death while he was working in the Jharkhand State Transport Corporation and he was recommended for a permanent job last year. Manisha Gope, who is working in the Sports Department tells that after the death of her father, Late Sranjay Gope, who was working in the Collectorate her whole family found itself surrounded with troubles.

Her application was considered in the year 2022 after which she was aided by the District Compassionate Committee and was recommended for the government job. Anil Kumar working in the Deputy Commissioner’s office tells about his Late father Lakhan Prasad who was serving in the office of the Deputy Collector of Land Reforms, and he died on 12 April 2019. The Compassionate Committee’s support proved to be that light at the end of the tunnel for him.

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