Bokaro: The situation of youth in the country is unhealthy due to unemployment and that situation is leading the quartile employees, Ph.D., and BTech degrees to gather for low profile jobs. They say that unemployment has forced them to do so.
In fact, the restoration process for the quadrangular staff started at Zep Four ground in Bokaro’s Sector-12 on Saturday. There were also youths in the restoration, whose qualifications were PG, Graduate, B.Tech and Engineering Diploma. These young men were sweating to get jobs like barbers, Dhobi, Kitchens, and Shrimp, whereas their qualifications were more than the qualifications needed in these jobs.
At the same time, when it was asked about the youths that they were not applying for the job of a higher class than this, their answer was that the unemployment has forced them to do so. The financial condition of their homes is quite pathetic, so they have come to this restoration. On Saturday, zap, IRB, SISF restored the process for 261 posts of class IV. These restorations will last till February 27.
Explaining about this, the Joint Commandant Naushad Alam said that on the first day the appointment process for one to two thousand applicants’ scrutiny posts has been started.
A total of 1,400 candidates participated in the recruitment process and physical examination and written examination are being organized for this. Inspection of this entire procedure will be done under the supervision of Zip-4 Commandant Naushad Alam, Commandant of zipping 9 Sahibganj Kumar Ravi Shankar, CRPF Commandant Jamshedpur Subhash Chandra Sharma, ZP-4 Senior Police Deputy Superintendent Rajendra Kumar Choudhary and District Welfare Officer Bokaro PBN Singh. He said that the entire process is being done under transparent rules.