Delhi govt prep up to launch Rojgaar 2.0

The Rojgar Bazaar 2.0 will provide services such as skill training, career guidance as well as jobs to the youth



The Rojgaar Bazaar launched last year, has became a useful digital platform for young generation looking for jobs and small businesses looking for skilled workers in Delhi.


The Delhi government issued a press release in which it stated that the government is all set to initiate the Rojgar Bazaar 2.0 which will be a digital job matching platform for entry-level jobs across the country.


Based on the past year experiences of the Rojgar Bazaar portal and to drive employment linkages across the nation.


The government has aslo taken up a decision to enhance the current portal to bring in best-in-class practices from domestic and international job portals.


Manish Sisodia, who is the Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi has announced that the Rojgaar Bazaar 2.0 portal will be an creative platform launched by any state government in India to provide all the necessary employment-related services effectively and easily to its citizens.


Sisodia stated that more than 14 lakh job-seekers and over ten lakh jobs has already been advertised at the current version of the platform.


The Rojgar Bazaar 2.0 will provide services such as skill training, career guidance as well as jobs to the youth.


The deputy CM said that this portal will also provide a variety of other critical services starting from skilling, career guidance, skill credentialing and automated analytics services.


This portal will help in improvising the job seekers' ability to gain meaningful livelihoods.


The deputy CM further added that services including skilling and career guidance will help a job seeker to pursue an aspirational career.


Rojgaar Bazaar 2.0 is a strong analytical platform that will provide the government with rich insights and will help them to frame policies and drive on ground positive impact.


Benefits of the digital platform will be further extended to the unorganised group of workers too as they cannot access the digital based portal, the government will also institutionalise physical centres to welcome more people to the policy.

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