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Lucknow: Around 6,000 veterans turned up at a job fair organised by the directorate general of resettlement (DGR) of the department of ex-servicemen welfare at Surya sports complex in Lucknow Cantonment on Monday.
According to defence public relation officer (PRO) office, Central Command, 39 private firms offered 1,630 vacancies of security guards, app based cab drivers, chefs at gymkhana club, mechanics, life insurance agents and others to the job seekers. Financial institutions, offering hand-holding opportunities for start-ups on minimum possible interest rates, too had joined the job fair. According to the PRO office, 450 entrepreneurship opportunities in different sectors were offered at the fair.
“The ex-servicemen would be appointed as senior supervisors, mid-senior level managers, strategic planners and project directors. The event was beneficial to both the corporate and the veterans. While the veterans got a platform to showcase their technical and administrative prowess acquired during their years in service, the corporates benefitted by screening the group of experienced, disciplined and trained ex-servicemen,” the PRO office said.
The job fair was inaugurated by deputy chief minister Brajesh Pathak in the presence of Lt Gen Mukesh Chadha, Chief Of Staff (COS), Central Command, Maj Gen SBK Singh, DG Resettlement, Sunil Mishra, principal…
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