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PM Modi To Distribute 51,000+ Job Letters At 'Rozgar Mela' Tomorrow
PM Modi To Distribute 51,000+ Job Letters At 'Rozgar Mela' Tomorrow

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to distribute over 51,000 job appointment letters to newly recruited individuals across various government departments on November 30. This distribution will take place through a video-conferencing event where the Prime Minister will also engage with the appointees, as confirmed by his office.

Termed the 'Rozgar Mela', this program is simultaneously being conducted at 37 different locations nationwide. Recruitment efforts encompass several central government departments, state governments, and Union Territories, all collaborating to support this initiative, highlighted the Prime Minister's Office.

The incoming workforce will be absorbed into departments such as revenue, home affairs, higher education, school education and literacy, financial services, defence, health and family welfare, and labour and employment, among others.

"The 'Rozgar Mela' marks a pivotal step in fulfilling the Prime Minister's commitment to prioritizing job creation. It's anticipated to serve as a catalyst for further employment opportunities and provide significant avenues for youth empowerment and participation in national progress," stated the official release.

These fresh recruits, equipped with innovative ideas and job-specific competencies, are poised to contribute significantly to bolstering the country's industrial, economic, and social development. This endeavor aligns with Modi's vision of a developed India, the statement emphasized.

Additionally, the newly appointed individuals will have the chance to enhance their skills through 'Karmayogi Prarambh', an online training module available on the iGOT Karmayogi portal. More than 800 e-learning courses have been curated to facilitate learning accessible on any device, the statement elaborated.

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