Jobs provided to 11,000 youths in one month, claims UP govt


The Uttar Pradesh administration, led by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, has employed more than six lakh state youngsters in the previous six years, including more than 11,000 in a single month, the state government announced on Wednesday.

Since 2017, the government has also maintained complete transparency in recruitments to guarantee that only qualified individuals are chosen.

On July 6, Chief Minister Yogi handed out appointment letters to 1,148 Sub-Inspectors chosen by the Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment and Promotion Board, including 587 Assistant Sub-Inspectors (Clerk), 217 Sub-Inspectors (Confidential), and 344 Assistant Sub-Inspectors (Accounts).

On July 8, 227 constables selected under the sports quota received appointment letters. almost the previous six years, the Yogi government has filled almost 1.5 lakh vacancies in the Uttar Pradesh Police Department alone.

A total of 2500 new recruits were made for dependents of dead servicemen. All of this has helped to improve security in Uttar Pradesh.

Athletes have also been promoted by the state government, which has provided them with government jobs. Several athletes have recently been given gazetted jobs in Uttar Pradesh.

Furthermore, Chief Minister Yogi has honored youths on occasion. On June 9th, a felicitation ceremony was held for 23 candidates chosen by the Union Public Service Commission and 95 candidates chosen by the Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission as part of the Mukhyamantri Abhyudaya Yojana.