Chhattisgarh government will give 15 lakh new jobs, Godhan, tea-coffee board including these departments, know- complete details

Raipur. The state government has made relief claims for the people looking for employment opportunities in Chhattisgarh. The government claims that in the coming five years, 12 to 15 lakh new employment opportunities will be created in the state. For this, the state government has decided to form Chhattisgarh Employment Mission. Chhattisgarh Employment Mission will be operated under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel. The formation of this mission has been announced on Saturday. State Government’s Chief Secretary Amitabh Jain will be its Vice President and Principal Secretary Alok Shukla will be the Chief Executive Officer of the mission. In this mission, various senior officers including the Managing Director of Minor Forest Produce Association will be made members.

In the information given by the Chhattisgarh Public Relations Department, it has been claimed that many innovative programs have been started in the state in the last three years with the aim of promoting employment in all the districts. These have created a large number of permanent employment opportunities. Along with this, the income and standard of living of the people has improved. Along with the initiatives of Chhattisgarh Herbals, effective implementation of programs like Godhan Nyay Mission, Tea-Coffee Board, giving agricultural status to fisheries and lac production, rural industrial park, millet mission and commercial plantation, new employment opportunities have been created in the state. There are unlimited possibilities.

Government made this plan
Through the Employment Mission, coordination of the above new programs will be established with the skill development programs conducted in urban and rural areas through the mission. Also, the expertise of other institutes like IITs, Triple IT, IIMs, NITs located in the state will be taken advantage of in creating new employment opportunities. According to the information received, other members of the mission will be Director Industries, Director Technical Education, Employment and Training, Director Fisheries, Managing Director Village Industries, Hand Craft Development Board, Khadi Board, Managing Director State Rural Livelihood Mission, Chief Executive Officer Godhan Nyay Mission. The Chief Executive Officer of the mission, Alok Shukla, has been directed by the state government to prepare and submit an action plan regarding the mission within a month.


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