In conjunction with the government’s hiring fair, the “Rozgar Mela,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi will use video conferencing to hand out roughly 71,000 appointment letters to new hires. According to his office, he also used the occasion to speak to them.
What Did the PMO State About the Rozgar Mela?
In his remarks, PM Narendra Modi remembered that in the previous month, other Union Territories and states, including Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, and Jammu & Kashmir, had organized similar Melas to help the youth find employment.
He stated Goa and Tripura are also conducting comparable Rozgar Melas in a few days. The new appointees received their actual copies of the appointment letters at 45 locations, except for Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh, where the model code of conduct is in effect.
The Ministry of Home Affairs is also filling a sizable number of positions in various Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF). The “Rozgar Mela” is a move in the direction of the Prime Minister’s promise to give employment creation priority. The prime minister also introduced the Karmayogi Prarambh module, which provides online orientation for new hires in various government departments.
The prime minister introduced the Karmayogi Prarambh module, an online orientation program for new hires in various government departments. A code of conduct for government employees, workplace ethics and integrity, human resource policies, and other benefits and allowances are all included in the program to assist them in becoming familiar with the rules and settling into their new responsibilities.
Modi said Karmayogi Prarambh would significantly enhance the skills and employment opportunities in India.
These appointment letters are merely the beginning of a world of opportunity for you to develop, so I implore you to become deserving candidates by gaining knowledge from your superiors and experience. PM emphasized.
Ministries and departments are doing these hiring in a mission style, either independently or through staffing firms like the Union Public Services Commission, Staff Selection Commission, and Railway Recruitment Board. For quick hiring, selection procedures have been streamlined and made tech-enabled.
75,000 appointment letters were given to newly appointed appointees under Rozgar Mela earlier in October. Posts for teachers, nurses, lecturers, nursing officers, pharmacists, doctors, radiographers, and other technical and paramedical positions are also being filled, in addition to those for Sub Inspector, Constable, Lower Division Clerk, Stenographer, and Income Tax Inspectors, for which appointments were previously made.