Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Computer skills made must for Karnataka staff

The Karnataka government has announced measures to ensure that all its employees and officers have a working knowledge of computers.

The cabinet meeting on Friday decided that employees and officers would have to take a computer literacy test within three years of the rules being gazetted. If they fail this test, they are not eligible for a promotion. They get another chance but if they still can't pass it within four years, they won't get an annual increment.
"A one-time incentive of Rs 5,000 will be given to employees who pass the test with good marks," law and parliamentary affairs minister S Suresh Kumar said.

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