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Rozgar Mela: 105 companies apply, 3,860 candidates receive job offers

A total of 3,860 candidates received job offers at the Rozgar Mela organized by the Uttar Pradesh Kaushal Vikas Mission under the Sankalp Project at Rajkiya Audyogik Prashikshan Sansthan on Thursday.

A total of 3,860 candidates received job offers at the Rozgar Mela organized by the Uttar Pradesh Kaushal Vikas Mission under the Sankalp Project at Rajkiya Audyogik Prashikshan Sansthan on Thursday.

A total of 6,295 candidates showed up at the Rozgar Mela and 105 companies showed up to recruit candidates.

Kapil Dev Agrawal, Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Vocational Education and Skills Development, said that in line with the sankalp patra, such events will be held at divisional level across the state. The next Rozgar Mela will be in the Saharanpur division on July 2.

The minister said young people should try to work in all fields to find more job opportunities. The Prime Minister has made a call to educate girls and the state government has pledged to educate girls and train them to develop skills.

The event was attended by MP Naresh Bansal, MP Neeraj Bora, Andra Vamsi, Uttar Pradesh Kaushal Vikas Mission Director and other officials.

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