Modi government gave good news to youths looking for jobs, this big announcement

New Delhi. Modi government has given very good news to youth looking for jobs. The Modi cabinet has approved the formation of the National Recruitment Agency, or National Recruitment Agency. This information was given by Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar (Union Minister Prakash Javadekar) on Wednesday.

This agency will conduct the Common Eligibility Test. Prakash Javadekar said that youths have to undergo a lot of exams for the job. There are 20 recruitment agencies, so every agency has to go to many places to take the exam. He said, ‘Now the National Recruitment Agency (National Recruitment Examination) will take the Common Eligibility Test. This will benefit crores of youth.

Center approved the formation of National Recruitment Agency

He said that this demand had been coming from the youth for years, but it was not happening. Now with the formation of National Recruitment Agency, their problems will be removed, their money will also be saved and mental health will also be fine. You will not have to do a lot of running and sunshine and a single exam will give the youth a chance to go further.

Giving information about another decision taken in the meeting, Prakash Javadekar said that the cabinet has also decided for one crore sugarcane farmers. The government has increased the remunerative price. Now the price of Rs 285 per quintal was fixed. This is based on 10% recovery. If 11 percent recovery happens, then 28 rupees 50 paise per quintal will get more.

Union Minister Javadekar said that the Union Cabinet approved the proposal of the Airport Authority of India (AAI) for leasing Jaipur, Guwahati and Thiruvananthapuram airports through Public Private Partnership.