MoU Between Labour & Employment Department (Govt. of Uttar Pradesh) and National HRD Network

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING
BETWEEN LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT
 (GOVT OF UTTAR PRADESH)
AND
NATIONAL HRD NETWORK

This is a Memorandum of Understanding signed on 08-06-2017 between the Labour & Employment Department (on behalf of Govt of Uttar Pradesh) and National HRD Network (hereafter referred to as “NHRDN”)

Labour & Employment Department is a part of the Department of Labour & Employment (Govt of UP). The underlying objective of the department is to bridge the gap between existing jobs in the market and the qualified prospective employees in the society. The department is committed towards providing assistance to job seekers in the state to explore various job avenues. Working towards this objective, Labour and Employment Department has recently created an online portal sewayojan.up.nic.in which went live in April 2016, and in the short span of time the portal has already curated a base of 16 lakh job seekers and has helped more than 60000 candidates find jobs.

OBJECTIVES OF THE MOU:
·       To promote collaboration between Labour & Employment Department and NHRDN
·       To support the online portal sewayojan.up.nic.in to reach out to bigger employer base through the medium of NHRDN

For More Details:
http://sewayojan.up.nic.in

Chapter

Communities

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