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Yogi govt’s ‘Mission Rozgar’ creates 24 lakh employment, recruitment drive for 5 lakh vacancies soon

Mission Rozgar in UP: This is for the first time that such a large number of workers and young unemployed candidates have been provided employment and self-employment in the state.

New Delhi: Despite the Covid-19 pandemic paralysing economic growth, Yogi Adityanath government has gone with all guns blazing in creating employment opportunities for youth of the state.

‘Mission Rozgar’, a special campaign of Uttar Pradesh government has been highly successful as it generated lakhs of employment opportunities, directly and indirectly.

‘Mission Rojgar’, launched by UP CM Yogi Adityanath on December 5, 2020 has already employed over 24 lakhs people while aims to increase this number to 50 lakhs by March 2021.

As per reports, as many as 24,30,000 people have been given employment and self-employment opportunities between December 5, 2020, and January 7, 2021.

Over 41 L new jobs in 8 months

This is for the first time that under Mission Rojgar such a large number of workers and young unemployed candidates have been provided employment and self-employment. In fact, 35.35 crore man-days were also created under this campaign.

Fill 5 vacancies in govt depts: CM Yogi to Officials

CM Yogi has also given instructions to start recruitment for vacant posts in government departments. According to estimates, there are around 5 lakh vacancies in all the departments of the state.

Under this campaign, a total of 69,691 youth have been recruited on a regular basis so far. As many as 2,259 persons were given jobs through outsourcing and 36,868 people were given employment on a contract basis.

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It is to be mentioned that according to the data of ‘Mission Rojgar’, 4,57,628 unemployed youths were assisted for self-employment. A total of 59,728 youths willing to get employment were selected for skill training and so far, 17,57,489 youth have been provided employment in the private sector.