Jobs affected by Covid, work continues for improvement, PM Modi said in employment fair


Prime Minister Narendra Modi started the employment fair on Saturday. During the program, he said that work is being done to reduce the impact of Covid on the economy.

Jobs affected by Kovid, work continues for improvement, PM Modi said in employment fair

Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Image Credit source: PTI

The economy of the world has been affected due to the Covid epidemic. Indian economy has also not remained untouched by this. The central government has made many efforts to recover the economy from the shocks caused by Covid and then its impact on employment. Prime Minister Narendra Modi talked about this on Saturday. PM Modi said that the government is working towards reducing the economic problems being faced by many countries around the world after the Covid-19 pandemic.

Actually, PM Modi started the employment fair on Saturday. In this program, PM Modi gave 75,000 appointment letters to government job candidates. Addressing the employment fair, PM Modi said that the central government is also working on many fronts to create maximum employment opportunities for the youth.

Side effects of covid will not go away in 100 days

PM Modi said, ‘It is true that the global situation is not very good. Many big economies are struggling. Problems like inflation and unemployment are at its peak in many countries. He said that the side effects of such an epidemic that comes once in a century will not go away in 100 days. He said, ‘But despite the impact of this crisis being felt everywhere in the world, India is taking new initiatives and taking some risks to save people from getting affected by these problems.’

The Prime Minister said, ‘We are working to reduce this impact on our country. It is a challenging task, but with your blessings we are able to do it till now.

Youth got jobs in ministries and government departments

At the same time, in the employment fair, the Prime Minister sent appointment letters to 75,000 job seekers through digital medium. These people selected from across the country will be given jobs in 38 ministries or departments of the Government of India. They will be given jobs at different levels in Group A and B (Gazetted), Group B (Non-gazetted) and Group C.

According to a statement issued by the government, the posts for which the appointments are being made include Central Armed Forces personnel, Sub Inspector, Constable, LDC, Stenographer, PA, Income Tax Inspector and MTS.

Leave a Comment