TNEB Vacancies 2023: It has been published in popular e-news that there are a total of 55,295 vacancies in various sections of the Tamil Nadu Electricity Board. The Tamil Nadu Power Board is a gigantic Tamil Nadu government agency that operates on a massive scale. More than one lakh people are working till now. In this case, it is noteworthy that no requirement has been taken from this department for the past several years. The Tamil Nadu Power Board has announced that the number of vacancies is increasing day by day due to non-recruitment. Thus Tamil Nadu Power Board is going to fill 55,295 vacancies in detail. You can find more information about this in this article.
TNEB Vacancies 2023
As of March 2023, there are a total of 55,295 vacancies in the Tamil Nadu Electricity Board in the Audit and Accounts Secretariat Administration. This is a boon for many unemployed graduates who are waiting for the notification from the power board. In particular, there are vacancies for various posts like Assistant Engineer Accountant. A total of 1.44 lakh people should be employed in the Tamil Nadu Power Board. But as of March, only 88774 people are working overall. As a result, the number of vacancies has increased to an average of 55,295. Not only that, it is noteworthy that 2001 people have retired this year alone.
Vacant Posting in TNEB
There are a total of 55295 vacancies in the Tamil Nadu Power Board TNEP. It is divided into various posts.
- Junior Accountant
- Assistant Engineer
The power board employees have demanded that the number of vacant posts increase day by day, causing various problems like workload and delays in work. As a result, the employees have further demanded the power board hire permanent employees instead of appointing contract employees.
First Phase 5000 Vacancies
It is noteworthy that the contract employees have been working in various departments in the power board for the past several years. It can be said that the number of contract workers has also increased, especially after the Gajah storm. In this regard, the power board trade unions have made a request to the power board in which they have requested the government to fill 5000 vacancies with permanent employees in the first phase instead of appointing contract employees.