• Mon. May 27th, 2024

In Guwahati, Union Minister Sarbananda Sonowal distributes appointment letters among 217 candidates

The Prime Minister,Narendra Modi addressed the National Rozgar Mela via video conferencing today and distributed about 71,000 appointment letters to newly inducted recruits in various Government departments and organizations.

Addressing the gathering, the Prime Minister conveyed his best wishes to all the inducted recruits and their families. He recalled recent Rozgar Melas in states such as Gujarat and the upcoming Mela in Assam. He said these Melas at the center and BJP-ruled states, show the government’s commitment towards the youth.

In the last 9 years, the Prime Minister emphasized that the government has prioritized the recruitment process by making it faster, transparent and unbiased. Recalling the difficulties faced in the recruitment process, the Prime Minister pointed out that the Staff Selection Board took roughly 15-18 months to onboard the new recruits whereas today it takes only 6-8 months. He underlined that the tedious process of recruitment which existed earlier starting from acquiring the application form to submitting it via post has now been simplified by making it online where a provision for self-attestation of documents has also been introduced. The Prime Minister also added that interviews for Group C and Group D have also been abolished. The Prime Minister said that the biggest benefit of this is the extermination of nepotism from the entire process.

In Guwahati, Union Minister of Ports, Shipping & Waterways and Ayush,  Sarbananda Sonowal joined the Rozgar Mela from Pragjayoti ITA Center where a total of 217 successful candidates were handed over appointment letters.

Speaking on the occasion, the Union Minister Sarbananda Sonowal said, “By 2047 India is going to celebrate 100 years of its independence. During these 25 years we have to put our best possible effort to make Atmanirbhar Bharat. So, I believe with that objective all section of the society of the country are being empowered through policy programme initiatives by our Prime Minister.”

The Union Minister said that the North Eastern states have now become the focal point of attention and development. Due to the decisive and bold decisions of the Governement, the youth are now reaping the benefits of economic developments.

The programme was also attended by  Subrata Das, Chief Postmaster General, Assam Circle,  Dipak Kumar, Director of Northeastern Police Academy, Shillong, Ashok Puranik, Executive Director of AIIMS Guwahati and Shri Chandrajit Saikia, Principal Chief Personnel Officer, Northeast Frontier Railway.

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