Rozgar Bazar 2.0: It will be easier for youth to get jobs, Delhi government will launch Rozgar 2.0 app

Rozgar Bazar 2.0: It will be easier for youth to get jobs, Delhi government will launch Rozgar 2.0 app

Job Marketing 2.0: This will include skills development, career guidance, skills verification and automated analytics services.
Rozgar Bazar 2.0: It will be easier for youth to get jobs, Delhi government will launch Rozgar 2.0 app

Job Market 2.0: The Delhi Government is all set to launch a new job market portal for the youth. Looking for skilled workers and small businesses. The government introduced the Employment Market Portal, a digital job platform, early last year. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia claimed that this would be the first platform for any state government to launch all employment related services to its citizens.

He said that Employment Market 1.0 Portal was launched by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in August 2020 on the eve of Corona epidemic. It became a lifeline for unemployed youth as well as small businesses in Delhi. The Deputy Chief Minister said that more than 1.4 million job seekers and 1 million jobs have already been advertised on the portal. The new Employment Market 2.0 portal will bring all the skills training, career guidance and employment related services to the first digital platform of its kind in India.

He added that the platform would also provide other important services. This will include skills, career guidance, expertise certification and automated analytics services. This will help increase the ability of all job seekers to earn a living. Where services such as skills and career guidance will help job seekers build a passionate career.


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