Kathmandu, Feb. 2: Almost 24,000 people have applied for the post of Employment Coordinator of the Employment Service Centre to be established in every local level.
As of Friday, 23,986 people had applied for the post across all the seven provinces, according to Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Security. The post available is one each in the 753 local level government units.
The applicants will now be shortlisted through an automated computer system based on the set criteria, said Coordinator of Prime Minister Employment Programme Prakash Dahal. After the preliminary screening, the selected candidates will go through computer skills examination.
The employment coordinator will work to collect data of the unemployed persons in the respective local level, update it and provide identity card to the listed unemployed person. It will also facilitate employment opportunities for them while making recommendations for various kinds of skills oriented training. RSS
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