"The recommendation of National Commission for Backward Classes has been received on February 8. The Government is examining the matter of a mechanism for affirmative action for the OBCs," Gehlot said.
Lucknow,Meerut,Kanpur and Allahabad have together registered a staggering 68 per cent increase in employment while job opportunities have declined in the range of 14 to 33 per cent in metros of Ahmedabad,Bangalore,Chennai,Delhi-NCR,Hyderabad,Kolkata,Mumbai and Pune,according to a survey conducted by the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India.
Riding on the back of increased job opportunities,mainly in banking and financial services,the country's employment scenario remained highly buoyant in November,according to a leading online job portal.
Inaugurating the awareness camp MLA Abdul Rashid said setting up of such centres in far off areas would benefit the jobless youths and urged the KVIB to set up more centres of different trades in the area.