The “Rozgar Mela” was opened by the prime minister on Saturday “where he handed out 75,000 appointment letters to people applying for government jobs. At the mela, Prime Minister Modi discussed the effect the epidemic had on the Indian economy and provided assurances that the government was striving to lessen the impact of the economic issues encountered by many nations around the world as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak.
Dealing with the “Rozgar Mela” “In order to provide young people with as many job possibilities as possible, Modi claimed that the Centre is working on a number of fronts.
“It is a fact that the global situation is not very good. Several large economies are struggling. In several countries, problems such as high inflation and unemployment are at their peak,”Modi continued by stating that the consequences of the once-in-a-century epidemic will not disappear in one hundred days.
“PM has vision to make India a fully developed nation by 2047. From being an importer, India has become exporter of defence products and its contribution to digital transactions in world is 40%. These are outcomes of PM’s far-sightedness,” JP Nadda said.
Earlier, the prime minister electronically distributed appointment letters to 75,000 job applicants. The new hires, who were chosen from around the nation, will work for 38 government ministries or departments. Group A and B (gazetted), Group B (non-gazetted), and Group C members will all join the government at varying degrees.
The central armed forces personnel, sub-inspectors, constables, LDCs, stenographers, PAs, income tax inspectors, and MTS are among the positions for which appointments are being made, according to a statement released by the government.
These hirings are being carried out by the ministries and departments either on their own or via hiring organisations like the UPSC, the SSC, and the Railway Recruitment Board. The selection procedures have been streamlined in order to facilitate quick recruiting.