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Posted at: Feb 12, 2018, 2:29 AM; last updated: Feb 12, 2018, 2:29 AM (IST)

State-level job fair from Feb 20

Our Correspondent

Nawanshahr, February 11

The state government will organise second state-level job fair from Feb 20 to March 8 at different places.

Amit Kumar, Deputy Commissioner, Nawanshahr, said, “The job seekers and employers can apply at online portal www.ghargharrozgar.punjab.gov.in by February 18. The Punjab government has increased its ambit of the fair this time. Besides the Department of Technical Education, The Department of Higher Education, Medical Education, Employment Generation and Skill Development Mission, are also participating in the event this year.”

“Passouts and final year students of universities, colleges and ITIs can also apply at online portal,” he added.

The Deputy Commissioner said the fair would be organised at different places throughout the state by the government industrial training institutes, government polytechnic colleges, and private universities.

He said government ITIs and polytechnic colleges would provide help to the applicants for applying online by setting up help desks adding that the candidates can apply free of cost at these institutions.

Only those candidates who will get themselves registered by February 18, be considered for the second Job Fair, said the Deputy Commissioner.

He appealed the candidates to applying in time to get the benefit of the fair.

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The applicants can call on Toll Free helpline number-1800-419-0730. In case of any confusion or to seek any information related to the Job Fair candidates may call 01822-662537, and for any technical assistance can contact at 7888690013, 7888690020, he added.

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