Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi handed over the appointment letters for 71,000 youngsters across the country under Rozgar Mela through a video conferencing. This would be the second set of appointment letters that are distributed by the Prime Minister. Several job related campaigns are held by the Centre told Modi during his speech. He said that the Indian government is working on a mission to provide government jobs for the youth. Talent and energy are the priority told Modi during his addressing. The physical copies of the appointment letters are handed over to the youth in 45 cities of India. All the states excluding Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat are apart of the Rozgar Mela scheme. The states are excluded as the model code of conduct is currently in force.
Bisweshar Tudu, the Union Minister of state for the Tribal Affairs handed over the appointment letters for the eligible youth in Hyderabad. The event took place at the Group Centre of the CRPF at Chandrayanagutta on Tuesday. GVH Giri Prasad, the CRPF South Zone Inspector General of Police was present. The categories filled are teachers, doctors, nurses, pharmacists, lecturers, radiographers and technical fields. The Ministry of Home Affairs is said to have filled in the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) along with other fields. Narendra Modi also launched Karmayogi Prarambh module apart from Rozgar Mela. It is an online orientation course for the new appointees and will include a code of conduct for the government servants and workplace ethics.