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GEHLOT: GOVT COMMITTED TO FULFIL DREAMS OF THE YOUTH
Bharatpur: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot while addressing the inaugural ceremony of Mega Job Fair in Bharatpur, said that the state government is committed to provide proper opportunities to youth to fulfil their dreams as inflation and unemployment are the biggest problems in the country today. “The state government is making policies keeping the youth and studentsin focus. The CM interacted with the youth and provided offer letters to them.
“State government is committed to fulfil the dreams of the youth. They are being empowered through education, employment and youth centric policies. Such job fairs are now being organised in every district to increase self-confidence and increase efficiency among the youth as well as to provide employment in private sector,” Gehlot said.
It is notable that during Bharatpur tour on Thursday, Veerangana Sundari Devi, wife of Martyr Constable Jitram Gurjar of Sunderwali village, met CM & expressed gratitude for renaming Govt College, as ‘Shaheed Jeetram’ Shaheed Jeetram Govt College, Nagar (Bharatpur).Tourism Min Vishvendra Singh thanked CM for making Deeg a district. Panchayati Raj Minister Ramesh Meena said that due to CM’s efforts, drinking water will be made available to East Rajasthan through ERCP.