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PM to hand over 71,000 govt job letters to youths in big push to employment

PM Narendra Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will distribute about 71,000 appointment letters to newly inducted recruits for government jobs on the Rozgar Mela scheduled to be held on 16th May via video conferencing across 45 locations in the country.

The recruitments are taking place across Central Government departments as well as State Governments and UTs supporting this initiative.

The Rozgar Mela is a step towards fulfilment of the commitment of the Prime Minister to accord the highest priority to employment generation. The Rozgar Mela is expected to act as a catalyst in further employment generation and provide meaningful opportunities to the youth for their empowerment and participation in national development.

The new recruits, selected from across the country, will join various posts like Gramin Dak Sevaks, Inspector of Posts, Commercial-cum-Ticket Clerk, Junior clerk-cum-Typist, Junior Accounts Clerk, Track Maintainer, Assistant Section Officer, Lower Division Clerk, Sub Divisional Officer, Tax Assistants, Assistant Enforcement Officer, Inspectors, Nursing Officers, Assistant Security Officers, Fireman, Assistant Accounts officer, Assistant Audit officer, Divisional Accountant, Auditor, Constable, Head Constable, Assistant Commandant, Principal, Trained Graduate Teacher, Assistant Registrar, Assistant Professor, among others.

The newly inducted appointees will also get an opportunity to train themselves through Karmayogi Prarambh, which is an online orientation course for all new appointees in various Government departments.

The Prime Minister had held the last Rozgar Mela on April 13, when he had also distributed 71,000 appointment letters for government jobs to youths.

PM Modi had emphasised on the occasion that “the government is committed to provide the right opportunities for the country’s talented youths so that we can achieve the resolutions of a developed India.”