Shri Narendra Modi, Hon’ble Prime Minister virtually distributed appointment letters to more than 71,000 newly inducted recruits at the National level through video conferencing across 45 locations including Secunderabad. In Secunderabad, Shri G. Kishan Reddy, Hon’ble Union Minister of Culture, Tourism and Development of North Eastern Region, Govt. of India physically handed over appointment letters to select newly appointed recruits to various Government departments and organizations under the fourth phase of Rozgar Mela at a function held today i.e., 13th April, 2023 at Rail Kalarang, Bhoiguda. Shri Arun Kumar Jain, General Manager, SCR; Shri R. Dhananjayulu, Additional General Manager, SCR; Shri A.K Gupta, Divisional Railway Manager, Secunderabad Division and other senior officials from different Government Ministries also participated in the program.
Addressing the gathering, the Hon’ble Prime Minister greeted everyone on the auspicious occasion of Baisakhi. He congratulated the new appointees and their family members and wished them all the best for their future. He stated that the government is committed towards providing the best opportunities to the youth to achieve the dream of a developed Nation. The Prime Minister highlighted that the process for government recruitment is taking place at a fast pace across the country. “This Rozgar Mela is proof of our commitment towards the youth of the nation’, he said.
The Hon’ble Prime Minister mentioned that since the past nine years, India has adopted a proactive approach and as a result is witnessing more opportunities for employment. Speaking on the ‘Aatmnirbhar Bharat Abhiyan’ scheme, he stated that India has achieved significant progress from satellites to semi-high speed trains. More than 30,000 LHB coaches have been manufactured in India in the last 8-9 years, he said. Technology and raw materials for these coaches have created thousands of jobs in India, he added. The Prime Minister mentioned that prior to 2014, length of electrified Railway track was only 20,000 Kms, whereas, in the last nine years, 40,000 Kms of rail lines have been electrified. Concluding the address, the Prime Minister encouraged the new appointees to continue their learning process and said that the result of learning something new is reflected in both work and personality.