Updated on 27th October 2016

The Employment Service, which began only as a Placement agency some 47 years ago, gradually developed as an organisation performing various other important inter-related functions in the field of Man Power on the lines of the International Labour Organisation Convention No.88.

Rapid pace of industrialization with introduction of new technology in the sphere of industry and agriculture opens up new vistas of employment prospects as new occupations, which are challenging and rewarding, have emerged. Against this backdrop the Employment Exchange is engaged in the following main activities :

1. Registration and Placement of applicants in remunerative employment in the public and private sectors;
2. Rendition of Vocational guidance and employment counselling;
3. Employment Market Information programme and Enforcement of Employment Exchanges (Compulsory Notification of Vacancies) Act, 1959;
4. Occupational information and its dissemination among the applicants;
5. Development of the employability of the applicant of the weaker section of the society viz., SC/ST;
6. Motivation of unemployed youths to set up adventures in the field of Self-Employment.

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