Government is trying to connect youth with government and non-government jobs – CM Hemant Soren 

Ramgarh: Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren said, during “Aapki Yojana, Aapki Sarkar, Aapke Dawar” programme in Ramgarh district that Gola will soon get the gift of a degree college. Government has given approval for this. The foundation stone for the construction of the college will be laid in the coming days.

In order to improve transportation in Ramgarh district, 400 km of rural roads are being constructed at a cost of Rs 250 crore and 250 km of high level roads are being constructed at a cost of Rs 450 crore. Soon these roads will be helpful in easy transportation of Ramgarh residents.

The Chief Minister said that work is being done for government, non-government and self-employment in the state. Appointments are being made continuously. Work is being done to connect the youth here with government and non-government jobs. Patratu block of Ramgarh district is a tourist destination. The youth here can move towards economic self-reliance by taking advantage of the employment generation scheme for self-employment in tourist places. The government will help you in this work.

The Chief Minister said that Panchayat camps are being organized in every village. People in these camps are taking benefits of the state government schemes. I come among you to assess whether this campaign is being run well or not. The government was knocking on your doors by organizing such camps from the year 2021 and 2022. From the applications received from these camps, it became clear that if some good work had been done in the past then how could so many applications have been received. Despite normal life before 2019, no work was done.

Whereas after the formation of the present government, Corona infection engulfed the entire world including Jharkhand. After the fog of this epidemic cleared, the government started sending officials to your doorstep so that the benefits of the welfare schemes of the state government could reach you. 

The Chief Minister said that if the farmers, workers, women and youth here are empowered then the state will be strong. Your government is working to create schemes and provide benefits of the schemes to the people with the aim of empowering the villages and villagers. Today your rights are reaching you by knocking at your door. With the aim of providing better education to the coming generation, 80 excellent schools have already been started in the initial phase.

There is a plan to start five thousand excellent schools across the state in the coming years. Your government is providing financial assistance to adolescent girls through Savitribai Phule Kishori Samriddhi Yojana. Also, it will provide financial assistance to the children of the state for higher education including doctor, engineering, law, mass communication and others through Guruji Student Credit Card Scheme.

When the Chief Minister started leaving after the program ended, his eyes fell on Afsana and Rakhi, who were studying in USH Bariatu School, Gola, both of whom were holding the photo of the Chief Minister. The Chief Minister went straight to those girls and took photographs with them.

The Chief Minister wished these girls all the best for their bright future. In the camp organized in Jaynagar Panchayat of Patratu block, officials were told that no needy person should be deprived of pension benefits.

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