The Delhi government said on Sunday that its government job portal ‘Rozgaar Bazaar’ launched by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has so far helped 10.21 lakh job seekers find jobs in the capital. national. The Rozgaar Bazaar portal was launched by the Delhi government on July 27, 2020 to help entry-level and blue-collar job seekers connect with employers.
It comes after media reported that only 12,588 people had actually secured jobs through the portal until May 1. who actually got the jobs.
According to the report, the Delhi government does not have names or other details of the people who actually got jobs. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia shared data on Sunday and said that till June 30, 2022, a total of 10,21,303 verified jobs in 32 job categories have been generated in Delhi. “These jobs were generated by a total of 19,402 unique employers. The Rozgaar Bazaar portal deploys a rigorous verification process to ensure that no fake jobs are posted. Every new job posted is checked individually and only after this process are jobs posted on the portal,” an official said. “Official figures from Rozgaar Bazaar show that more than 10 lakhs of jobs have been created in Delhi over the past two years.
Everyone will see very soon how CM Arvind Kejriwal delivers on his promise to provide another 20 lakhs jobs in Delhi as announced in our Rozgaar budget this year,” Sisodia said.
According to official data, a total of 15,23,536 unique job seekers are registered on the Rozgar Bazaar portal as of June 30, 2022. “The portal tracks active connections initiated through phone calls, WhatsApp, etc. between job seekers and job providers. More than 53 lakh such connections have been made till June 30, 2022, which shows how the portal has become a lifeline for job seekers and job providers in employment sectors entry-level and blue-collar workers in Delhi,” an official said. Priyanshi runs IZS Technocrats, a Delhi-based internet and technology solutions company. While talking about her experience using the portal, she appealed to a variety of merits that she discovered while searching for employees.
“As an employer, like most other companies, we have seen many employees leave and head to their hometowns. This led us to a solution to our daily operation. I approached several private companies and their portals for their help in hiring employees, but to no avail,” Priyanshi said.
She then heard about the Delhi government’s Rozgaar Bazaar portal from the news channels and immediately signed up for the same. “Within 24 hours, I had candidates contacting me about working for our company. Due to the large number of applicants, my vacancies were filled in no time. The best part of the portal is that it is completely free and I didn’t have to pay a penny for its services,” she added.