Employment Exchange In Madhya Pradesh

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In India, the employment service was enforced due to the pressures of the war and the resulting demobilisation. A machinery was required to be in place near the end of Second World War, where the civil life order could be restored and many of those involved with the war and services felt the need of such a system. After realising the complex nature of the problem and also the need of a uniform policy and proper coordination of such activities, a machinery was proposed which could be dealt by and controlled by the central government. As per the scheme, the Directorate General of Resettlement and Employment was established in July 1945 and under this directorate, the employment exchanges were opened up in different parts of the country. Even after the Partition in 1947, these exchanges provided active service in resettling the persons who had to leave their homeland and were displaced. Due to the popularity of this particular scheme, the services of the employment exchanges by 1948, was required to be extended to people from other walks of life. Once a resettlement agency, now transited into the full fledged employment service on an all india basis and this gave rise to many work opportunities. Administrative control of various exchanges and the entire employment services was transferred into the hands of the states in 1st November 1956.

Registration and Placement of job Seekers in Gainful Employment

Those students from various schools or colleges and universities and others who visit the exchanges of employment and wish for, they are provided with guidance in terms of vocation and career.

  • Occupation and career related and guidance literature was published and provided to people.
  • The employment exchanges program was to be enforced under the Compulsory Notification of Vacancies Act 1959.
  • Un-employment allowance was extended to those who were educated but un-employed and had registered with the exchanges.
  • There is an Occupation Information Unit in the Directorate, which takes up the studies and thereby analyses the data of various occupants and compiles the information related to various facilities of training found in the country.
  • Statistical collection, accumulation or compilation with regards to the information on employment market.
  • People desirous of employment in foreign countries, professional training or interested for higher education are provided with necessary assistance in the employment sector and guides them.
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