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Dharmendra Pradhan handed over appointment letters to 384 new appointees under the 12 phase of Rozgar Mela

Bhubaneswar:12/2/ 24: Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Monday handed over appointment letters to 384 new appointees under the 12 phase of Rozgar Mela held at Bhubaneswar in Odisha.

On this occasion, the Union Minister said, “Congratulations to the hardworking friends who have achieved success after hard work. Launched under the inspiration and guidance of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Rozgar Mela provides an opportunity to empower the youths to directly engage in the development of the nation. It is the hard work of the recruited youth that will develop the country. Shri Pradhan thanked and advised the newly appointed candidates to fulfill this major duty well.

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The Union Minister said India’s economy has reached a strong position under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi. The country has become the fifth largest economy in the world and will become the number 3 economy in the next three years. Nowadays, skilling, re-skilling, and up-skilling have become the routine. New technologies come with time. The digital media is leading our country forward. As we move towards the goal of a developed country by 2047, the candidates hired today need to make efforts from now to multiply their skills in the next 25 years.

After finishing education, those who take charge in the government sectors will take the country forward. In 2036, Odisha will complete 100 years as a separate language-based state. India will develop as Odisha develops. The Prime Minister has given the slogan of ‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat’. It was seen that everyone had the same idea during the installation of the soul of Lord Sriram in Ayodhya. We may differ in languages, places, dresses, foods, and tastes but there is unity in diversity within us. In the Prime Minister’s vision of ‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat’, the Union Minister has called upon the youth to make an effort to lead our country in the world, to raise the honour of Odisha, and to lead the youth society.

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Notably, in the 12-phase Rozgar Mela, 100 candidates were recruited in CISF, 74 in East Coast Railway Department, 56 in AIIMS, 40 in CBIC, 29 in FCI, 24 in BSF, 17 in EPFO, 10 in Income Tax, 9 in Indian Postal Department, 9 in Ministry of Tribal Affairs, 7 in CWC, 6 in CRPF.  and 3 in CPWD, a total of 384 people have been distributed appointment letters.

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