(The Gist of PIB) e-Rozgar
Samachar launched to spread awareness about job opportunities [AUGUST-2019]
e-Rozgar Samachar launched to spread
awareness about job opportunities
The e-version of Rozgar Samachar has been launched recently by Union
Minister of Information and Broadcasting Shri Prakash Javadekar.
It has been launched with a view to make aspirants aware of job
opportunities in government sector including public sector enterprises.
It will also provide information and guidance about admission and career
opportunities in various streams through career-oriented articles by
It is expected to meet the emerging challenge of young readers switching
to electronic modes of communication.
The journal has been priced at 75% of the cost of its print version and
is available for an annual subscription fee of Rs. 400.
It can be accessed by visiting the website www.employmentnews.gov.in and
clicking on the e-version tab.
Rozgar Samachar is the corresponding version of Employment News
(English). Employment News is the flagship weekly job journal from Ministry
of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India.
It was launched in 1976 with a view to provide information on employment
opportunities to the unemployed and underemployed youth of the country.
The journal is published in English(Employment News), Hindi (Rozgar
Samachar) and Urdu (Rozgar Samachar) and has a circulation of over one lakh
copies per week.
The job journal provides information related to job vacancies, job
oriented training programmes, admission notices related to job oriented
exams and results of recruitment exams in respect of:
Societies/ PSUs of the Central Government, State Government and UT
(b) Nationalised banks/ RRBs /UPSC/SSC/ Constitutional and Statutory
(c) Central/State Governments Universities/ Colleges/Institutes
recognised by the UGC/AICTE.
In addition to this, Employment News also provides editorial content on
socio-economic issues and career guidance that helps youth in broadening
The job journal serves as a guide to the youth; especially those in
rural areas, by helping them gain an understanding of the job market and the
plethora of employment opportunities that otherwise go unnoticed.
The weekly educates the young people to make an informed decision about