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    Published On : Tue, Feb 21st, 2017

    CRFS mulls english names for dhobi, mali, mochi…

    New Delhi: Dhobi, safai karamchari, mali and mochi at CRPF will soon get English titles, while cook will become chef and barber will be called hairstylist as part of a ‘nomenclature facelift’ suggested by the government.

    Fitter will become automotive mechanic, mali will be gardener or horticulturist and safai karamchari – house keeper, while those working in kitchen including masalchi, kahar and water carrier will be known as assistant chefs.

    Other proposed changes for titles of trademen at the paramilitary force include dhobi to laundryman, chowkidar to security assistant and mochi to shoe maker.

    These changes were suggested to the Central Reserve Police Force by Union Skill Development & Entrepreneurship Minister Rajiv Pratap Rudy under the skill development programme.

    “Hoping to enhance the respect of the work force in CRPF the Minister wants to do away with tags such as chowkidar, mali, mochi, safai karamchari,” a senior official told reporter.

    “Though there is no substantive change in the rank and nature of job, yet their trade title is proposed to be changed. Further there is no financial implication in this case,” the official said. The changes have also been shared with other Paramilitary Forces like CISF, ITBP, BSF, SSB and Assam Rifles.


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