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Municipal Corporation of Delhi has cut over 2,000 positions Majority in the Engineering Department

Municipal Corporation of Delhi has cut over 2,000 positions Majority in engineering department

The Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) recently announced its intention to reduce the number of job openings across its 14 departments. The MCD made this decision after seeking the advice of a well-known multinational firm, EY (previously known as Ernst & Young), to evaluate its operations.

The restructuring process, which will begin on July 1, will have varying effects on various departments. While some departments will see an increase in job openings, others will see a decrease in the number of available positions.

The engineering department will be the most affected, with a significant number of positions being lost. Horticulture, town planning, central establishment, finance, and the press and information wing will also be affected.

Politicians have reacted differently to the decision to cut jobs. Some have endorsed the proposal, while others are concerned about the lack of open debate and are calling for greater transparency in the process.

MCD officials have stated that the reduction in job positions will not result in significant immediate layoffs. Instead, it will have a significant impact on the organization’s future hiring plans. After the restructuring, the total workforce is expected to decrease from its current level to a new level.

The primary goal of the restructuring is to streamline operations and increase the MCD’s overall efficiency and cost-effectiveness. EY’s evaluation sought to identify areas where changes could be made to improve the effectiveness of the organization’s operations.

As the implementation date approaches, sensitivity and careful handling of the situation will be required to support those who may be impacted by the job cuts.

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