PM Modi distributes nearly 71,000 appointment letters to newly inducted recruits in various central govt departments
This is the third tranche of Rozgar Mela
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday distributed nearly 71,000 appointment letters to newly inducted recruits in the various Central government departments and organisations through video conferencing in New Delhi.
This is the third tranche of Rozgar Mela. Earlier, the Prime Minister had distributed 71,000 appointment letters to newly inducted government recruits in November and handed over 75,000 appointments letters in October last year.
On this occasion, the Prime Minister interacted with some of the appointees.
The newly recruits congratulated the Central Government for providing the job opportunities and highlighted the importance of Karmayogi Prarambh module in developing and upgrading the skills among the new recruits.
Addressing the newly recruits, the Prime Minister said, this is the first Rozgar Mela of this year and appointments in the various government departments will bring a new ray of hope in the lives of thousands of families.
He said, Rozgar Mela is the goverment's endeavour to empower the country's youth and more recruitments will be done in the coming years. He said, the government is working towards making the recruitment process more transparent, stremline and time bound.
He asked the newly recruits to focus on the service delivery by following the mantra-Citizen is always right.
He urged the newly recruits to also focus on developing the skills which will be helpful in providing the efficient services to the citizen and transforming the country.
PM Modi said, infrastructure development in the country in the last eight years have opened up the new avenues of self employments for the people.
He said, the government is working to provide broadband services through Bharat Net in the villages, which is creating more job opportunities.
He said, success of startups have created a unique identity of Indian youths at the global level.
Minister of State for the Department of Personnel and Training Dr. Jitendra Singh said that the Prime Minister had directed to fill up 10 lakh posts in the government departments. He said, distribution of appointment letters to 71 thousand new recruits is another step in this direction.
He said, under the leadership of the Prime Minister, India has become the third largest Startup ecosystem in the world.
The new recruits and selected candidates from across the country will join various positions and posts like Junior Engineers, Loco Pilots, Technicians, Inspector, Sub Inspectors, Constable, stenographers, Junior Accountant, Income Tax Inspector, Teacher, Nurse, Doctor, Social security Officer among others.
The experience of newly inducted officials who learned from the Karmayogi Prarambh module will also be shared during the Rozgar programme.
Launched by the Prime Minister in November last year, the Karmayogi Prarambh module is an online orientation course for all new appointees in various government departments.
The module includes a code of conduct for government servants, workplace ethics, integrity and human resource policies.