5-day employment fair concludes
Varmul, Jan 9: The 5-day employment fair organized at the Government Higher Secondary School for Boys here concluded on Friday after registration of over 5,000 educated unemployed youth.
The deputy director, Employment, Ghulam Rasool Zargar, told Greater Kashmir that more than 5,000 unemployed youth visited the fair and enquired about different schemes offered by various departments who had set up their stalls to educate the jobseekers about these. Most of them were delighted while they interacted with entrepreneurs, he said. “The youth got first hand information about the field of entrepreneurship,” he said. Abid Majid of Varmul, a visitor to the fair, said he wanted to start his own venture adding that the state government should ensure financial assistance without any hassle. He said the non-availability of industrial estate in the district was the main problem in starting the business.
The employment fair was aimed at creating awareness about various government-sponsored schemes for the benefit of educated job-seekers in the district.
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