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Delhi Job Summit 2015: 2000 people get offer letters
Industry body, Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) partnered with Government of NCT of Delhi in organising Delhi Job Summit to provide employment to the youths of Delhi. As part of this summit member companies of CII and others recruited more than 2000 people.

The summit also provided job opportunities to the specially abled youths of Delhi as around 300 of them got jobs. The 11-day long Job Summit got over yesterday.

On this occasion Gopal Rai, Minister of Employment, Labour and Transport, Government of NCT of Delhi gave the offer letters to the candidates who were selected as part of this Job Summit and highlighted that this is just the beginning and more of these summits will be organised in Delhi to provide employments to the youths of State.

It is a new initiative by the Government of Delhi to revive the employment exchanges in State and help build confidence in the youths of Delhi, further added Minister Rai.

The search for a Job in today's context is indeed a task needing much effort due to high competition and lack of required skills. Diploma and Degree holders from various Institutions seek opportunities to join the right industry as per their skills and knowledge once they pass out from their respective courses.

It is not only difficult to find a job these days but also to find the right industry as per the skill set acquired. Employers also look to get the right person in place for a specific kind of job, stated Dr Alka Kaul, Chairperson, CII Delhi State Council and Director, Horizon Industrial Product Private Limited at the Delhi Job Summit, as per a release.

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