The Delhi Government on the next month would organize a Job Summit, which would be first of its kind in the city. The summit would comprise of 25 private companies that are expected to provide around 1,500 opportunities to the aspiring youth students in the city.
The summit would kick start on August 1 and would continue till August 11. The government has also planned to launch a job portal during the summit which would allow all the job seekers to upload their resumes and employers would be able to update on vacancies in their respective companies. This portal would be regulated by the government. The concluding session of the summit would take place at the Shah Auditorium on August 11 and the selected candidates whose applications would be selected from the summit would be offered jobs.
Jobs like Security guards, attendants, helpers, housekeeping, tele-callers, financial planning advisors, drivers, peons and data entry operators among others would be available in the summit which could be on offer or eligible and interested candidates to take up. The interested candidates would then undergo counseling sessions and provide them job letters post verifying their certificates and documents. The summit would have four centres to check on the facts and documentations of the aspiring candidates.
The centres that would conduct the checking are: District Employment Exchange at R K Puram, Viswas Nagar (Institutional Area), Kirby Place (Delhi Cantonment) and IARI Complex (Pusa).
Around 40,000 candidates have registered themselves with the department and have shown interest in the summit. The shortlisted candidates based on their qualifications would be given jobs at the summit. According to Delhi Employment Minister Gopal Rai, “Final offer letter will be given on August 11 at a public event at Shah Auditorium. We will ensure applicants get maximum pay. To extend the benefit to more people, we will launch a website.”