Rs 60 cr approved for Udaan, Himayat

3-day employment fair inaugurated


Pulwama, Dec 5: Minister for Higher Education Abdul Gani Malik today said the government had approved Rs 60 crore for Udaan and Himayat schemes. The minister was speaking after inaugurating a 3-day Employment Fair here being conducted by the District Employment Department, Pulwama. 25 government agencies and financial institutes have set up stalls at the fair to make aware the unemployed youth about different schemes of the government. Hundreds of youth from different areas of Pulwama were present on the first day of the fair today.
 “At least Rs 17 crore have been distributed among the unemployed youth in the state,” Malik said.
 Deputy Director, Employment Pulwama, Muhammad Ahsan Mir said: “The fair is aimed to spread awareness among the unemployed youth about different schemes launched by the government. There are a lot of schemes from which the youth can earn their livelihood.”

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Lastupdate on : Wed, 5 Dec 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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