Job fair

42 firms select 623 youth in Jalandhar

42 firms select 623 youth in Jalandhar

Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, September 11

As many as 623 unemployed youth on Friday got job placements during a job fair organised at the District Bureau of Employment and Enterprise Office here.

Deputy Commissioner Ghanshyam Thori said that 878 unemployed youth took part in the job fair. A total of 42 companies including Shri Ram Insurance Company, Syndicate Gym Company, LIC Insurance, A1 International, Pukhraj, Krishna Sports, Sant Rubber, Civil Supply, CSC, Advance Scanning Centre and others participated in the job fair physically and virtually mode during which 623 unemployed youth got placements.

The Deputy Commissioner said it was a win-win situation for both the employees and employers. He added all Covid protocols including social distancing and masking were strictly followed during the job fair. He further said the selection of the youth for jobs would be made purely on merit through a fair and transparent system.

He informed that another job fair would be organised in the office of BDPO Nakodar. He called upon the youth to register them on www.pgrkam.com for more jobs. He said that the youth can also contact on 90569-20100 for further information.

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