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BJP”s ”Seva and Samarpan” campaign; Increasing demand for manpower in RAC Industry

BJP”s ”Seva and Samarpan” campaign inaugurates facilities in Delhi by Meenakshi Lekhi

As a part of the ‘Seva and Samarpan’ campaign, Meenakshi Lekhi, the Union minister of New Delhi, inaugurated many facilities around Delhi. This 20-day BJP-organized campaign was done in order to mark two decades of public service by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Speaking at the Women Technical Institute, students were also informed about flagship programmes, like Start Up India and Skill India, as “the future of new India” and the ‘foundation of ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat’”, while also being noted that more than 1.25 crore youth have completed training under the Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana. Read more.


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Increasing demand for manpower in RAC Industry

A career in Refrigeration and Air Condition or RAC is found to be always in demand as almost every building, existing and those to come, have a climate control system installed that need constant servicing and upgrading. Currently, there is a high demand for skilled and certified manpower in the ESDM sector, who are equipped with technical aptitude, practical knowledge, and mechanical skill. Read more.

‘Jobs for youth, skill university’: AAP’s 7 employment guarantees in Goa

The CM of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal, expressed his concern about the dire state of youth employment in Goa at a press conference on Tuesday. In order to remedy this situation, Kejriwal has proposed seven guarantees to be witnessed at the assembly elections next year. These guarantees include – the right to government job based on merit and not recommendation, one job per unemployed family, a compensation of INR3,000/- per month until securing employment, a reservation of 80% for goans for private jobs, a remuneration of INR5,000/- per month for those unemployed in the tourism industry as a compensation for being affected by COVID, a remuneration of INR5,000/- per month for those affected by the mining ban, and Skill university. Read more.

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