Haryana to host at least 200 career fairs each year, says Dushyant Chautala

The Haryana government has set a goal of holding 200 career fairs each year to provide employment opportunities for young people in the private sector. As part of this program, it will be mandatory to hold at least one career fair or placement campaign every quarter by the district employment office in every district of the state.

Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala said: “Many initiatives have been taken by the state government to increase employment opportunities in the state. A new job portal has been launched to provide young people in Haryana with employment in the private sector. Details of the state’s youth were compiled on the job portal by collecting data from various government departments, ITIs, polytechnics and higher education institutions. We now aim to provide them with employment opportunities in the private sector based on their various skills. Not only that, private sector employers and job aggregators have also been integrated on the job portal. A call center with 35 places has been set up by the Employment Department to promote the contact details of candidates on the employment portal and to put these candidates in contact with job opportunities in the sector. private. Given the situation due to Covid-19, it was not possible this time to organize the job fair itself, due to which the online job fair module was operated by the employment service on the departmental portal. ”

“At least 50,000 deserving young people from the state will be able to pass the competitive examinations for positions in the state government as well as in the central government, the Personnel Selection Commission, public sector banks, railways Indians and the central paramilitary forces. Special free online coaching and training is provided for the same. On the occasion of the Golden Jubilee of Haryana, from November 1, 2016, as part of “Saksham Yuva Yojana”, Haryana will pay unemployment benefit and honoraria to eligible postgraduate unemployed instead. of 100 hours of honorary work. A program of allowances and fees for young people 2016 ′ has been launched. Eligible graduates in science, engineering and science, business and the arts have been included in the program, ”said Dushyant.

He added that from August 2019, candidates eligible for the 10 + 2 pass have also been included in this program. Under this scheme, Rs. 3000 per month are provided to eligible postgraduate unemployed, Rs. 1500 to graduate unemployed and Rs. 900 per month to spend 10 + 2 unemployed. “Around Rs. 6,000 per month are also provided instead of doing 100 hours of honorary work in addition to the above,” added Dushyant.

“An online offer has been set up on the Saksham portal for vocational training for young people. This training would be delivered by organizations such as Haryana Skill Development Mission, Deendayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushal Yojana, Haryana State Rural Livelihood Mission, Haryana Knowledge Corporation Limited, Haryana Urban Local Bodies, Technical Education Department, Hartron and Haryana Tourism Corporation Limited. After vocational training, training, organizations will also help absorb trainees and give them jobs, ”Dushyant said.

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