Golden opportunity to get a government job, ESIC will remove 6,400 vacancies
If you are looking for a government job then there is good news for you. Actually, Employees State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) has plans to fill 6,400 vacancies.
Employees State Insurance Scheme is a multidimensional social security scheme. (file photo)
- Of the total vacancies at ESIC, more than 2,000 posts are for doctors and teaching faculty staff.
- Skill-based training programs will be made available to ESIC employees.
- ESIC has also launched 10 certificate courses.
New Delhi. There is very good news for the youths who are looking for jobs. Actually, Employees State Insurance Corporation i.e. ESIC (Employees’ State Insurance Corporation) is going to remove more than 6400 vacancies for its various posts. With this, thousands of youths will have a golden opportunity to get government jobs.
Labor Minister Bhupendra Yadav said on Saturday that the Employees’ State Insurance Corporation has plans to fill 6,400 vacancies. In this, more than 2,000 posts are for doctors and teaching faculty staff.
The certificate course started with 10 subjects
The Labor Ministry said in a statement that ESIC is also working towards starting a skill-based training program for paramedical jobs. He informed me that certificate courses have been started in 10 subjects.
23 new 100 bedded hospitals are being set up across the country
Yadav said during an event in Chennai that ESIC plans to fill 6,400 vacancies, which include more than 2,000 posts of doctors and teaching faculty staff. Yadav was quoted as saying in the statement that 23 new hospitals with 100 beds are being set up across the country under the ‘Nirman use Shakti’ initiative of the central government.
11.82 lakh new members joined the ESIC scheme in October
Let us inform you that the number of members in the ESIC scheme is increasing rapidly. Under this social security scheme, about 11.82 lakh new members were added in October. This information was given recently in the data released by the National Statistics Office (NSO). According to the report, the total new enrollment in ESIC has increased to 1.49 crore in the financial year 2021-22, while in the year 2020-21 this figure was 1.15 crore. Whereas in 2019-20 this number was 1.51 crore and in 2018-19 it was 1.49 crore.