3,643 youths get appointment letters at Patna's employment fair

Patna, JNN A total of 3,643 unemployed youth have provided jobs to the unemployed youths working in various fields on the basis of their skill in the three-day employment fair held at Pataliputra Ground in the capital under the auspices of National Skill Development Co-Operation and Bihar Government's Labor Resources Department. . Minister of State for Rural Development Ramkripal Yadav said at the closing ceremony of the employment fair that 17,500 youth attended the employment fair. In which 6,347 young people made their own essay. Of these 3,643 young people have been provided on-the-spot employment. These youths submitted the appointment letter to Union Minister of State for Rural Development Ramkripal Yadav and Labor Resources Minister Vijay Kumar Sinha.

Youth will get two lakhs of insurance benefits


In the closing ceremony of the employment fair, Bihar BJP Labor Minister Vijay Kumar Sinha along with two BJP legislators Nitin Navin and Sanjeev Chaurasia were also present. The Minister of Labor has informed that under the skill development, the youth who are registered with their department will get the benefit of insurance of Rs. 2 lakhs. He said that the government is providing financial assistance to the youths who develop skills related to total 137 trade and other resources. Addressing the concluding ceremony, Ramkripal Yadav said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had dreamed of connecting the unemployed youth of the country with employment on the basis of their skill. Which is now being realized. A total of 60 companies from Bihar and the country participated in this employment fair. Auto-mobile, agriculture, health, electricity, buildings and other construction industries, retail trade, tourism, beauty and wellness, capital goods and media sector companies have provided employment in this fair.


Two Divya youths also found employment


Two dozen young people have also provided employment for ten thousand thousand rupees in this employment fair. Both of these young men Ashish Kumar and Sujit Kumar are 80 percent Divyang. In front of Minister of State for Rural Development Ramkripal Yadav and Labor Resources Minister Vijay Kumar, both the youths shared the story of their struggle for employment. Both said that we somehow acquired a graduate degree from AN College in Patna. But seeing our Divinity, nobody dared to give jobs. Both praised the skill development scheme of the central government and said that this plan changed my destiny.

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