Today, via video conference, Prime Minister Narendra Modi distributed over 71,000 appointment letters to new hires as part of the government's "Rozgar Mela" (job fair). In 45 sites across the nation, except Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh, where the Model Code of Conduct is in effect, physical copies of appointment letters were distributed.
Rozgar Mela 2022: Locations Covered
In 45 sites across the nation, except Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh, where the Model Code of Conduct is in effect, physical copies of appointment letters were distributed. The drive is expected to be a catalyst in creating more jobs and giving meaningful opportunities to the youth so that they can be empowered and directly participate in national development, according to the Prime Minister's Office, which has stated that it is a step towards the Prime Minister fulfilling his commitment to giving employment generation highest priority. Around 75,000 candidates received appointment letters in October.
Rozgar Mela: Mission Mode, Karmayogi Prarambh module
Modi had instructed numerous government agencies and departments to hire 10 lakh workers in "mission mode" during the following 18 months in June.
Modi also unveiled the Karmayogi Prarambh module.
According to PM Modi, India is a young country whose millions of young people are its greatest asset. The Central Government places high importance on making the most of the talent and vigor of our youth in the process of constructing the country. More than 71,000 new coworkers embracing the road of nation-building are welcomed and congratulated today. You worked hard and prevailed in a challenging competition to earn the posts for which you will be selected. So you and your family are likewise deserving of our congrats.
Candidates can check more details at igotkarmayogi.gov.in.
PM Rozgar Mela 2022: Registrations
Candidates must register with the appropriate agencies conducting the recruitment to apply for positions during the PM Rozgar Mela 2022.
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