Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Minister Sambhaji Patil Nilangekar, who was also present at the launch said, "It was important to get all the three sectors on one platform to ensure that job seekers get a right platform and employers get right candidates".
"For skilling, we need to keep a watch on the market demand and this will help us track the demand so that we can provide required skills to the youth," he added.
At 'Mahaswayam', job seekers will be able to register themselves, search as well as apply for jobs, inquire for training, get information on self-employment and get details of job fairs.
"This website will also make it easier for the state government to keep a count of total registered candidates, entrepreneurs, training institutes, number of skilled candidates, total of job getters and self-employed users," Nilangekar said.
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