Prime Minister Modi is scheduled to launch the Rozgar Mela today, with 75,000 people receiving appointment letters

  • 21-October-2022

Today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will use video conferencing to launch Rozgar Mela, a recruitment drive for 10 lakh people. According to a press release, 75,000 employees will be handed over appointment letters during the event, marking a significant step forward in providing job opportunities for the youth.

As part of the Rozgar Mela, fifty Union ministers will hand out appointment letters to nearly 20,000 people across the country. According to PTI, railways minister Ashwini Vaishnaw will be in Jaipur to hand over appointment letters, while civil aviation minister Jyotiraditya Scindia will be in Bhopal and information and broadcasting minister Anurag Thakur will be in Chandigarh.

The new recruits, drawn from across the country, will work in the central government's 38 ministries and departments. The appointees will work at the Group - A, Group - B (Gazetted), Group - B (Non-Gazetted), and Group - C levels of government. The new recruits will be appointed to positions such as Central Armed Force Personnel, Sub Inspector, Constable, LDC, Steno, PA, Income Tax Inspectors, and MTS, among others.

"These recruitments are being conducted in Mission Mode by Ministries and Departments, either directly or through Recruiting Agencies such as UPSC, SSC, and Railway Recruitment Board," the Prime Minister's Office said in a statement.

On the occasion of Dhanteras, Prime Minister Modi will also attend the 'Griha Pravesh' of over 4.5 lakh PMAY-G beneficiaries in Madhya Pradesh. Under PMAY-G, each beneficiary receives a 100% grant of 1.20 lakh, with a 60:40 split between the Centre and the State. Under the scheme, approximately 29 lakh houses have been completed in Madhya Pradesh at a cost of more than 35,000 crores.

Related Post

Monitoring Indian missiles or Chinese satellite la..

Unlike its sister ship, the Yuan Wang 5, which doc..

In the wake of a quadrupling of Covid cases, Beiji..

Beijing, the capital of China, has called for more..