Modi, in his election speeches, always emphasises on the importance of the double-engine government for growth and the continuity of policies in the central and state governments.
“In the past one month alone, Maharashtra and Gujarat have handed out thousands of appointment letters. A few days back, the Uttar Pradesh government handed out appointment letters to several youth. Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu and Chandigarh have organised rozgar melas and handed out jobs to thousands of youth,” Modi said.
He said the governments of Goa and Tripura would be organising rozgar melas on November 24 and November 28 respectively. Modi said the organisation of rozgar melas showed that the government was working in mission mode to provide jobs to youth.
In October, appointment letters were handed over to 75,000 people. In June, Modi had asked many government departments and ministries to undertake the recruitment of 10 lakh people on a “mission mode” in the next year and a half.
Modi also launched an online orientation programme for new recruits called ‘Karmyogi Prarambh’. This online orientation course will include code of conduct for government servants, workplace ethics and integrity, human resource policies and other benefits that will help them get accustomed to the policies and transition smoothly into new roles.
Talking about global economic situation, Modi said in this difficult time, experts around the world are optimistic about India’s growth trajectory. He said, as per experts, India has become a major force in the service sector and it will soon be the manufacturing hub of the world too.