Bihar's Biggest Job Fair In Begusarai And Khagaria Cancelled
It has been a considerable amount of time since unemployment became a pressing concern in India. Well-educated young individuals who are without employment are now seeking opportunities in the private sector rather than the government sector. In an effort to address this issue and provide employment for the youth, Shweta Vashishtha, the District Planning Officer-in-charge in Bihar, had announced a significant job fair, the largest in Bihar to date, with the aim of offering private sector employment to 5,000 young individuals. Originally scheduled for July 13, the fair was planned to have 12 participating companies in Begusarai and 20 companies in Khagaria. However, recent reports have stated that the fair has been canceled.
According to Shweta Vashishtha, the planning and vocational counseling expo, which was set to take place in Begusarai on July 12 and Khagaria on July 13, has been abruptly postponed due to an order from Patna. The decision was made in consideration of the continuous rainfall. It is mentioned that the annual planning and business expo might still be organized if further instructions are received, but specific details regarding this will be announced later.
To participate in the employment camp, interested applicants are required to register on the NCS website, as stated by the District Planning Officer. Candidates can complete the registration form and submit their biodata at any time. Additionally, they must bring their necessary educational certificates, mark sheets, and two passport-size colored photographs, along with their biodata, Aadhaar card, and PAN card.
Prior to this event, an employment fair was conducted in Bihar to address the ongoing situation and offer significant job opportunities to educated youth. Durvasa Ayurveda Limited, during the fair, provided job prospects for young individuals ranging from matriculate to graduate levels for the positions of MR (Medical Representative) and ASM (Area Sales Manager). The fair was held in Begusarai, and surprisingly, a larger number of candidates were selected than originally anticipated. Despite the target of hiring 50 unemployed individuals, 62 candidates were chosen during the fair, which posed challenges for both the participating youth and the fair organizers. Shweta Vashishtha revealed that the initial plan was to issue on-the-spot appointment letters to 50 qualified individuals based on their performance in the interview. However, the situation took an unexpected turn when 67 people successfully passed the interview process.