According to Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the Madhya Pradesh government would shortly begin the hiring process to fill 1 lakh vacancies in the state.
Entrepreneurship and self-employment will be encouraged alongside the establishment of job possibilities. According to the Madhya Pradesh government's Directorate of Public Relations, the private sector offers a plethora of job prospects.
"The pace of industrial growth and related investment has been accelerated," stated Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. In the last 17 months, 384 units have been assigned 840 acres. Despite the new coronavirus situation, the number of industrial units has increased by 48 percent, the land allocation has increased by 32 percent, capital investment has increased by 33 percent, and employment generation has increased by 38 percent," according to UNI.
The state government established a General Category Commission on Sunday to plan for the general category's welfare, education, and employment.
The foundation stone for Gokaldas Exports' Rs 110 crore readymade garment unit in Acharpura, Bhopal, was laid by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Monday.
Chouhan, speaking at the event, stated that the state government would shortly begin recruiting for 1 lakh positions.
The chief minister also laid the foundation for the textile park. The Rs 110 crore investment unit would be spread across 10 acres of land, employing roughly 4000 people, 3/4 of whom would be women. Acharpura has 154 industrial plots spread across 146 hectares of land.
He claimed that the state had implemented initiatives such as "start your business in 30 days," and that the state now ranks fourth in terms of ease of doing business. "We would be in the first three on the next list," he remarked. Chouhan also stated that the Atal Progress Way and Narmada Express Way projects would boost industrialisation by creating industrial corridors along their routes.
The director of Gokaldas Exports stated that his company's products were exported to the European Union, the United States, and Japan. He stated that production at the Acharpura plant would commence in April next year.