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    Hansraj Ahir, Chief of Commission for Backward Classes, reviews OBC mandate implementation in Hyderabad.

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    The National Commission for Backward Classes (NCBC) wants the State government officials to send names of BC communities to the commission so they can be recommended for inclusion in the Central OBC list. The NCBC chairman, Hansraj Ahir, reviewed the implementation of reservations in various Central government organisations and State departments. Telangana has passed a resolution for inclusion of 40 BC communities in the Central list, but it needs to be sent through due process to the NCBC. The Centre, under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, is positive about including BC communities in different States which are not yet included in the Central list of OBCs. Once the list is sent, the NCBC chairman has assured to recommend the same for inclusion.

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    Hansraj Ahir reviewed the implementation of OBC reservations for filling posts in Central government organisations, like Hyderabad Central University. The university has already completed filling about 3,000 posts in mission mode and filling the remaining vacancies. The NCBC chairman has asked both the Central and State departments to take corrective steps necessary in the implementation of norms related to the OBC mandate.

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