- Sisodia has said that in today’s era, increasing employment opportunities is the biggest challenge for the whole world.
- He said that like the vaccine for Corona, it is also necessary to take employment measures for the youth.
- Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia calls MoU with UNICEF a youth employment vaccine
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has said that in today’s era, increasing employment opportunities is the biggest challenge for the whole world. He said that two things are being discussed most in the whole world today. Firstly, how long will the corona vaccine come, secondly how will people get employment? He said that like the Corona vaccine, it is also necessary to take employment measures for the youth. For this, the Delhi government is constantly taking serious steps.
The Deputy Chief Minister said on the occasion of signing of MoU with UNICEF in Delhi Secretariat that today the whole world is going through an extraordinary situation. We too have to take extraordinary steps on such occasions. He called the MoU with UNICEF a youth employment vaccine. He hoped that this partnership will help the unemployed youth of Delhi to get employment as per their merit and also help the entrepreneurs to get the manpower according to their needs.
Signed MoU with UNICEF
The Dialogue and Development Commission of Delhi signed an MoU with UNICEF. It was signed by Jasmine Shah, Vice President of DDC Delhi and Dr. Yasmin Ali Haq, representative of UNICEF India. Under this MoU, the ‘Employment Market Portal’ of the Delhi Government will be made more effective through UNICEF’s ‘Yuva’ initiative. It was launched in July 2020.
Good news for Delhi’s youth
Describing this partnership as good news for the youth of Delhi, the Deputy Chief Minister said that the country is facing two big challenges in the form of unemployment and corona. The whole world is waiting for the Kovid-19 vaccine, but the problem of unemployment cannot be solved with a simple vaccine. We need to come together through various efforts to solve unemployment.
13 lakh youths registered on employment portal
DDC Vice President Jasmin Shah said that this partnership with ‘Yuva’ is a good opportunity for the Delhi government. This will enable us to create sustainable and youth-centric solutions to meet employment-related challenges. He said that in such a short period, about 13 lakh youth have now registered on the employment portal and about 8 lakh vacancies have been entered.