The Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh will hold an employment fair on March 24. Around 80000 youth expected to get employment
Bengaluru: With a view to providing jobs to the youth of the state, the Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh will hold an employment fair on March 24.
It will be held in all 822 blocks of the state.
As per a DNA report, the Employment department in coordination with district officials will hold the 'rozgar mela' in urban and rural areas where the youth will get job placement by participating companies and agencies.
Reports further add that in every block, at least a hundred youth will get employment, thereby ensuring that at least 82000 youth will be employed on a single day.
The job fair will also see migrant and local youth get information on schemes such as social and financial schemes. They will also be getting a card number under the Ayushman Yojana.
Reports add that a total of 2,791 fairs have been organised from April 2017 to February 2021 in which more than 4.13 lakh youth were provided jobs.
Mission Rozgar was launched last year to provide jobs to people through employment, self-employment, skill development and apprenticeship.
Now this campaign has been intensified and through this campaign, a plan made to provide youth jobs in the government and private sectors.
The Yogi Adityanath government has also taken several measures to empower girls and women in the state. One such is Mission Shakti.
In another step towards empowering the girl child, the Uttar Pradesh government, under the Mission Shakti campaign, it held special counselling camps for girl students who aspired to make their career in civil services, army, police, air force, medical, engineering and other fields.
Named 'Prashasan ki Paathshala', it was held in February in various districts.
It is to be noted that the district magistrates and other administrative officials of each district were tasked to enroll girls for classes.
The administration also hosted sports activities for girls to give them more confidence. Furthermore, it also distributed prizes to winners.
Apart from these, the officials held campaigns to create awareness on domestic violence act, dowry prohibition act, sexual harassment of women at workplace (prevention, prohibition and redressal) Act 2013, through seminars and classes.
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Last Updated Mar 23, 2021, 5:02 PM IST