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Updated At: Apr 09, 2021 07:58 AM (IST)
A mega job fair, under Ghar-Ghar Rozgar mission, in progress at Shahkot on Thursday. Tribune photo
Tribune News Service
Jalandhar, April 8
Under the Ghar-Ghar Rozgar mission of the state government, as many as 473 youths have received job offers from 12 companies during seventh round of the mega job fair held at Shahkot on Thursday. The camp was organised at Block Development and Panchayat Office (BDPO), Shahkot, in which as many as 556 youths participated while 12 companies appeared to shortlist eligible beneficiaries for various job opportunities.
Disclosing further details, Deputy Commissioner Ghanshyam Thori said a total of 556 youths participated in Thursday’s placement camp and 473 were selected by the companies. During the camp, Pukhraj HealthCare PVT LTD selected 82 candidates for jobs, ICICI Bank 11, LIC, Nakodar 65, Agile Company 83, SBI Life Insurance 16, CSC 27, Herbalife Nutrition India 38, Narayani Herbals 46, Future Generally 33, Rank Step Education and Consultancy Services Pvt Ltd 13 and LIC Jalandhar selected 59 unemployed youths for jobs.
The DC further added that under the seventh round as many as 12 placement camps are being organised in the district, including camps at all BDPO offices of the district.
Similarly, more camps are to be held in various locations comprising one 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 27th, BDPO Phillaur on 28th, and CT Institute of Engineering and Technology, Shahpur, on April 30.
The DC said the job fairs acted as a catalyst to transform the destiny of the youth. Thori reiterated that that the selection of the youth for jobs would be made purely based on merit through a fair and transparent system. He called upon the youth to register themselves on www.pgrkam.com for more jobs. The interested ones can also contact on 0181-2225791 for further information.
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