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15 Youths get jobs in job fair held in DBEE

Punjab Tribune Bureau | July 31, 2019 06:15 PM

JALANDHAR: Under Ghar Ghar Rozgar Scheme run by Punjab Government, District Bureau of Employment and Enterprises (DBEE) on Wednesday organised a placement camp in DBEE office, at the third floor of the district administrative complex.

As many as 28 candidates appeared for the 15 vacancies of General Duty Assistant in Patel Hospital, Capitol Hospital and NASA Hospital.

Deputy Director Employment Jaswant Rai said that the youths must avail maximum benefits of the job fairs, which would be instrumental in opening new avenues of employment for them. 

He also appealed the youths either to register themselves on the government's job portal ghargharrozgar.punjab.gov.in or they can also visit the office of, situated on the third floor of the administrative complex. 

He stated besides the employment, the services of career guidance, counselling, skill, entrepreneurship development, and free internet also being offered to the visitors by DBEE.

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