21 Apr 2021

Haryana State Employment of Local Candidates Act, 2020 enforced

Chandigarh, March 5- Haryana Governor, Sh. Satyadeo Narain Arya said that State Government is committed to provide employment opportunities to local youth and to provide 75  percent reservation to the local candidates of Haryana in private employment under various Companies, Societies, Trusts, Limited Liability Partnership Firms etc. situated in Haryana. Therefore the Haryana State Employment of Local Candidates Act, 2020 has come into force. 


            Sh. Satyadeo Narain Arya was delivering his address on the first day of Budget Session of Haryana Vidhan Sabha which commenced here today.


            State Government facilitates unemployed youth in getting jobs by registering them on Employment Department Portal and referring them to employers as per provisions of Compulsory Notification of Vacancies (CNV) Act.




New Rozgar Portal, data pertaining to 38,46,601 candidates from Haryana ported on this Portal




            The Governor further shared that a new Rozgar Portal has been launched, which aims at linking the youth of Haryana to employment opportunities in Private Sector. To meet the wide spectrum of demand for manpower from Private Sector, data pertaining to 38,46,601 candidates from Haryana has been ported on to the Rozgar Portal. 19,426 job offers have been made by employers and aggregators, against which 14,685 candidates have been placed in various establishments.




            Profiling and assessment process of Saksham Yuva initiated




            Sh. Satyadeo Narain Arya said that in order to assess the employability of Saksham Yuva, their profiling and assessment process has been initiated. Profiling of more than 55,000 Saksham Yuvas has been completed. Saksham Yuvas are also being approached through newly established Call Centres for information and guidance regarding employment opportunities. Skill Training has been provided to 14,710 Saksham Yuva under the scheme through Haryana Skill Development Mission.  Under the Saksham Yuva Scheme December 31, 2020, by now, Rs. 610.45 crore and Rs. 480.46 crore have been disbursed as unemployment allowance and honorarium respectively, shared Sh. Arya.




DST MoUs signed between 64 GITIs and 165 Industries




            The Governor said that under the new Dual System of Training (DST) MoUs have been signed between 64 GITIs and 165 Industries for 244 trade units in 40 different trades and around 5148 DST seats have been offered for admission in this session.


He informed that Under the Apprenticeship Act, 1961, 12,946 Government and Private Establishments have been registered and 1,09,474 apprentices have been appointed since the launch of National Apprenticeship Promotion Scheme in 2016. Haryana was ranked on first position in the Country in engaging maximum apprentices per lakh of State population in 2017-18 and has maintained the same position till date.




8489 technicians registered on ‘Mistry Haryana App’


            Sh. Arya informed that ‘Mistry Haryana App’ has been implemented from May 1, 2020 for public service. Currently 8489 technicians have been registered on this App. & web i.e. mistryharyana.gov.in. 470 job fairs/ campus placement events have been organized in Government Industrial Training Institutes during the year 2020-21 resulting in placement of 8012 trainees.




Shri Vishwakarma Skill University established to promote Skill Development


            The Governor said that Government has established a university dedicated to skill development namely Shri Vishwakarma Skill University which has built strong and effective linkages with various industries. 27 new programmes have been started. To strengthen international linkages, the University has signed an MOU with UK Government’s Department of International Development through “National Open College Network” (NOCN). 

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