75,000 jobs vacancies available under Modi 2.0 plan

Under the central, state and other ministry, as many as 75 thousand job positions are lying vacant.

Narendra Modi is all set to become the prime minister of India in the second tenure on May 30, 2019. As of now, action plan for the first 100 days is ready. After analysing the job posts in Central government and other ministries, it has been found that as many as 75 thousand job posts are lying vacant. The details of these vacant job posts have been asked by the PMO. Soon the process of assessment for these posts will begin with Staff Selection Commission (SSC).
According to New 18, after the swearing-in, the Modi government will be heading the first meeting of the Cabinet on May 31. The new government is focused to make India an economy of $ 5 trillion. For the development, around 100 lakh crores would be spent to shape the infrastructure projects, while Rs 25 lakh crore will be invested in agriculture and rural areas. The income of farmers will be doubled by 2022. Apart from this, India has to create a Global Start-Up Hub.
Online job portal will soon get started focusing on filling the vacant positions of teachers from central, state and deemed universities. The portal will be running under the Ministry of Personnel (Department of Personnel).
Through this, private institutions along with the state and central universities will also be monitored.