While inaugurating the event, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced setting up of 70 world-class skill centres in Delhi, saying his government will take every step for employment generation amid a "wavering economy" hit by demonetisation and GST.
"The new skill centers will be completed in the next two years and will have the capacity to train 70,000 students," Mr. Kejriwal said at Thyagaraj Stadium where the job fair was organised.
"The economy is wavering... It is passing through a challenging phase following demonetisation and implementation of the Goods and Services Tax. We will work for creation of maximum job opportunities for the youth," he said.
The chief minister said the new skill centres will be based on the model of the one developed by the Delhi government with the help of Singapore in Vivek Vihar, reported Press Trust of India.
"This is the second job fair organised by the Labour department. Around 12,000 youths were given jobs at a similar event held two years ago," Minister Gopal Rai said.
The Delhi Government had organised the first job fair on December 7-8, 2015.
The jobs aspirants were allowed to register themselves on an online portal to participate in the event.
दो दिवसीय मेगा रोजगार मेले में 47000 प्रत्याशियों ने भाग लिया,25787 अगले राउंड के लिए शोर्टलिस्ट हुए, 8288 को मेले में ही नियुक्ति पत्र मिला pic.twitter.com/qDuLUEqC3W- AAP Delhi Official (@AAPDelhi) November 8, 2017
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