Delhi govt aims to generate 20 lakh more jobs in next five years

New Delhi: The Delhi government's 'Rozgaar budget' intends to create 20 lakh new employment in the next five years. Manish Sisodia, the Delhi Finance Minister and Deputy Chief Minister, delivered the 8th Annual Budget in the Assembly with a focus on jobs.

The projected Budget Estimate for 2022-23 is Rs 75,800 crore, which is 9.86 percent more than the Budget Estimate of Rs 69,000 crore for 2021-22 and 13.13 percent higher than the Revised Estimates.

"According to Sisodia, the government has created jobs in schools, colleges, universities, and government ministries over the last seven years. COVID resulted in the deployment of 25,000 teachers on an ad hoc basis, as well as the employment of 10 lakh individuals in the private sector "He said.

"Today, we introduce the 'Rozgaar Budget,' which intends to boost economic growth. We want to create 5 lakh more jobs in the next five years with the 'Rozgaar budget.' I'll make plans to put Delhi's economy on the right track and create tens of thousands of jobs as a result of that progress "Sisodia stated.  He went on to say that over 1.78 lakh young people in Delhi had found work in the last seven years.

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