Friday, April 19, 2024

Sindh cabinet lifts ban on govt jobs, greenlights big projects

The Sindh Cabinet convened to discuss pivotal decisions impacting the province. Ministers, advisors, Chief Secretary, Chairman of P&D Najam Shah, and relevant secretaries were present.

Notably, the Cabinet lifted the ban on hiring across all departments. Furthermore, the Law Minister received directives to terminate hiring restrictions in courts.

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In a move aimed at enhancing infrastructure, the Karachi Water and Sewerage Improvement Project (WSSI) kickstarted with collaboration from donor agencies, initiating projects worth $100 million.The WSSI project focuses on providing clean water and upgrading the water board’s infrastructure. The project’s total cost will be shared: 40% by the World Bank, 40% by the ADB, and 20% by the Sindh government, with an allocated budget of PKR 646.756 million.

Additionally, the Cabinet sanctioned PKR 400 million for Larkana University and instructed the Chief Secretary to devise a business plan for every university through the Sindh Higher Education Commission.

This strategic planning aims to ensure financial sustainability for universities post-establishment.

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Izaan Zubair
Izaan Zubair
With a passion and curiosity for technology, Izaan is a seasoned writer with four years of experience. His expertise lies in translating complex tech updates into engaging stories. Beyond technology, Izaan keeps a finger on the pulse of worldly news, crafting exclusive narratives that inform and inspire his readers.

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