Bhopal: In Madhya Pradesh, 11,000 people, including BE, MBA and law graduates, have applied for the job of peon, driver and watchman. Many graduates have applied for these jobs even though the 10th grade is the only educational qualification.
Commenting on this, Ajay Bagel said, “I am a science graduate. Peon I have applied for the job. There are even doctoral students here. “Jitendra Maurya, a law student, said,” I have applied for a job as a driver. I am preparing for the judges’ exam. If I get this job I will use it to buy the book. So I applied for this job. “
For this work Madhya Pradesh Not only that but the youth have also come from Uttar Pradesh. Altaf is from Uttar Pradesh Peon He also said that he has applied for the job.
The total number of vacancies is 15. But 11,000 people have applied for it.
Recently M.P. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said, “We will create one lakh jobs a year. We will take care of filling the vacancies without any hesitation. Everyone wants to get a government job. I promise every student will get a government job.”
But the field situation is different. The number of unemployed in Madhya Pradesh is 32,57,136. There are 30,600 vacancies in the school education sector alone. There are 9,388 vacancies in the home sector, 8,592 in the health sector and 9,530 in the revenue sector. Opposition parties have stated they will not run in the by-elections, saying there will be more than one lakh vacancies in the public sector alone across the state.
It is because of the government’s negligence that thousands of young people claim to be flocking for low-paying jobs.
More than 15 lakh people have recently applied to avail the government scheme for street vendors. 99,000 of these were selected. 90% of them are graduates.
Criticizing this, Congress spokesperson Narendra Saluja said, “This is a testament to what Shivraj Singh has done for the state for 17 years.
According to a study by the Economic Monitor of India, the unemployment rate in Madhya Pradesh is 1.7%. However, a report by the National Criminal Records Bureau said that 95 people had committed suicide in MP last year alone due to unemployment.