270 disabled people get jobs in job fair held by Delhi government
November 15, 2017
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal organised a two-day mega job fair in the Capital recently.
The idea was to provide job opportunities for the young and qualified people.
As per reports, about 74 companies had attended the job fair and 11,500 jobs were created.
More than 270 disabled youngsters were given jobs by over 20 companies.
Kejriwal said that his government has developed one world-class skill centre at Vivek Vihar for training and employment of youth.
It plans to open 25 such skill centres by August next year so that more young people get jobs.
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