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Updated At: Apr 07, 2021 09:13 AM (IST)
Placement camp in progress at Mehatpur on Tuesday.
Tribune News Service
Jalandhar, April 6
The 7th round of mega job fair began in Jalandhar (Mehatpur), on Tuesday under the ‘Ghar Ghar Rozgar’ yojana. The camp was organised at the Block Development and Panchayat Office, Mehatpur, in which as many as 355 youths and 10 companies appeared to shortlist eligible candidates.
A total of 304 candidates were selected by the companies, which include LIC, CSC, SBI, A-One International, Pukhraj Healthcare, ICICI Bank, Narayni Herbal, Herbalife Nutrition and Agile. Under the 7th round, 12 placement camps will be organised in the district, including camps at Shahkot, Lohian Khas, Noormahal, Bhogpur and Adampur, on April 8, 9, 12, 16 and 19, respectively.
Similarly, more camps will be held at DBEE, Jalandhar, on April 20; Guru Nanak National College for Women, Nakodar, on April 23; Janta College, Kartarpur, on April 26; Government Polytechnic College for Women, Jalandhar, on April 27; Phillaur on April 28; and CT Institute of Engineering and Technology, Shahpur, on April 30.
Deputy Commissioner Ghanshyam Thori said these job fairs would provide ample employment opportunities to unemployed youths across the district. He said the selection would be done purely on merit basis in a transparent manner.
The Deputy Commissioner called upon youngsters to register themselves at www.pgrkam.com for more jobs, besides reaching the DBEE on 0181-2225791.
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