The Chhattisgarh authorities has determined to set up an employment mission headed by Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel to create round 15 lakh job alternatives in the state in the following 5 years, an official mentioned on Saturday.
Under the mission, the state authorities will even leverage experience of premiere establishments such because the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), Indian Institute of Management (IIM) and National Institute of Technology, in the state to generate employment alternatives, he mentioned.
The Chhattisgarh Rojgar Mission, headed by the chief minister, can have chief secretary Amitabh Jain and principal secretary Alok Shukla because the vice chairman and chief govt officer (CEO) respectively, the official mentioned.
Apart from this, the managing director of the state’s Minor Forest Produce Federation and different senior officers can be its members, he mentioned.
Around 12-15 lakh employment alternatives can be created in the state by the mission in the following 5 years,” an official launch acknowledged.
In the final three years (of the Congress authorities), a number of modern programmes had been launched to create employment alternatives, and this has improved the earnings and way of life of the individuals, the discharge mentioned.
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