Ranchi, Oct. 25: As many as 1,000 aspirants stand the chance of landing jobs in three companies during employment camps to be organised next month by the state department of labour, employment and training.
According to officials, candidates who have cleared their intermediate or ITI examinations or have experience in technical fields will be eligible for different posts. The selection will be entirely based on personal interviews and written tests.
For the forthcoming camp, the department has tied up with Tata Motors’ Pantnagar unit in Uttarakhand, Hyderabad-based Pipal Tree Ventures Private Ltd and Chennai-based Daimler India Commercial Vehicles (DICV).
In Ranchi, DICV is expected to pick up 150 intermediate pass candidates for the post of assistants. The selection will be based on written tests during the two-day employment camp scheduled at ITI, Hehal on November 3-4 followed by Dhanbad on November 7-8.
Pipal Tree Ventures Private Ltd will pick up nearly 400 candidates with technical knowledge after interviews and written tests in the employment camp scheduled at Daltonganj on November 3-4 and Deoghar on November 7-8.
Tata Motors is looking for 300 ITI pass outs during the employment camp scheduled at Dumka on November 5, Dhanbad on November 6 and in the capital on November 8.
Speaking to The Telegraph, assistant director (employment) in the labour department Satish Suman said: “The camps are expected to provide jobs to nearly 1,000 candidates.”
According to Suman, those selected will earn between Rs 6,500 and Rs 8,000 per month. They will be posted in different locations as per the requirements of the employers. “Our aim is to provide maximum job opportunities to unemployed educated youths, who are running from pillar to post to get employed. This platform will open doors for those who are clueless as to whom to approach for a job,” he said.
Around 2,000 candidates are expected to visit each camp. So far this year, eight employment camps have been organised and 944 deserving candidates placed.