Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal launched a job portal on Monday and appealed to the traders, industrialists and people to join hands to revive Delhi's economy.
The portal -- jobs.delhi.gov.in -- will serve as a "Rozgar Bazaar" for the recruiters and job aspirants, Kejriwal said, highlighting that many people had lost their jobs and businesses were affected due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
"There are people who want jobs and there are traders, businessmen, professionals, contractors who are not getting the right person for their work," he said at a virtual press briefing. "This portal will fill this gap by bringing them together on one platform," Kejriwal said a special order was being issued to allow the street vendors to resume work.
Here's how to apply on Rozgar Bazaar:
Visit the official website at jobs.delhi.gov.in
Select option 'I want a job'
For registration add your mobile number
You will receive an OTP
Submit the OTP
Select the job category as per your choice and experience
Fill in the required details in the form to create your profile eg. Full name, Gender, Highest qualification, Work experience, Region, Nearest District
You will get the list of jobs
Click on the particular role you want to apply for
Connect with the employer on the given mobile number on call or Whatsapp
You can also update your profile in 'My Profile' section
If you need to hire employees, click on 'I want to hire'
Submit the details of your job
You will receive applications from the candidates on the profile
Check this video for more information:
According to the chief minister, many migrant workers who left Delhi during the lockdown have started returning.
Labour Minister Gopal Rai had said the services of the job portal would be free and an applicant need not pay any money to anyone for registration.
Kejriwal expressed happiness that Delhi managed to bring the coronavirus "under control" without going back to the lockdown that other cities and states were doing.
He said Delhi was registering a sustained lowering of COVID-19 cases at a time the infections were increasing in the country and worldwide.
The chief minister pointed out that the recovery rate in Delhi had gone up to 88 per cent and the positivity ratio had dropped from around 35 per cent in June to 5 per cent currently.
Deaths are also lower as compared to June and only 2,850 hospital beds are occupied by COVID-19 patients, while 12,500 beds are empty, he added.
(With inputs from PTI)