Cabinet approves restructuring of Geological Survey of India


The Union Cabinet today approved a proposal for restructuring of the Geological Survey of India (GSI) aimed at enhancing its capacity to address emerging challenges, especially in augmenting resource base, both for essential and strategic minerals. 
An official press release said the Cabinet also approved the "right sizing" of the strength of GSI by filling up of posts over a 10-year-period to achieve full recommended strength.
It also approved the constitution of Geophysics, Chemistry and Engineering S&T Streams as Organized Services as as to bring them at par with the geology stream, the release said.

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