Honoring the incredibility of the women and celebrating the International Women’s Day, the state Government of Madhya Pradesh has decided to organize a two-day job fest exclusively for ladies on the coming 9th and 10th March.
The women and Child Development Department stated that this job fest would be promoted as an impeccable opportunity for women to grab the opportunity and widen their networks in their field. It is aimed to accentuate women empowerment in the state. The official further said, “This is a job-cum-self-employment fair exclusively for women. The fair will be inaugurated by chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan at Bhopal Haat. The fair would provide access to women for many activities, including registration for seeking a job, free counselling by prominent companies for employment and guidance by bank officials for self-employment initiatives. This kind of support is being given for the first time through a fair in the state.”
Apart from laying varied range of job options, the officials will offer counselling sessions for those women who are still in a state of confusion regarding their career field. The job fair is also aimed to promote self-employment as most of the woman are comfortable working from home. “As the government has assured financial assistance to women entrepreneurs, the officials will guide participants for self-employment initiatives, schemes launched by the government to promote entrepreneurs and financial assistance provided by various banks, especially to women. Representatives of prominent industries will interview and guide the participants during the fair,” The official told the press.
The Women and Child Development department is also planning to enlighten the participants with the insights of the cashless transaction to promote digitalisation in their businesses.
Following the steps, the State Information Commission has also announced that on 8th of March the commission will exclusively entertain the appeals filed by the women litigants to honour their incredibility. Mr. Atmadeep, the State Information Commissioner told the press that, “We have dedicated the day to women applicants and would hear petitions filed exclusively by women on the day. This is an initiative to promote and encourage women for their right to information.
This would be the first one of its kind initiative taken by the State Government as well as the State Information Commission. Both the steps are likely to increase awareness and offering the women that very right which they have been yearning since long.