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For the Job seekers in West Bengal, here we are providing some job notification details with you. For All the unemployed candidates it may help for you. This is about Employment Bank WB Govt, West Bengal is Initiative for Labour Department and Information Technology Department. Govt Of West Bengal with active support from the Higher Education department and the Technical Education & Training Department. Labour Department is nodal Department for development and Implementation of Employment Bank WB.

Labour Department, Government Of West Bengal seeks to facilitate healthy and Harmonious industrial relations in the state and to enforce various labour laws that aims at ensuring the workers basic rights at workplace. The Department Executes different social security schemes for welfare of working class and also works for the unemployed youth state also.

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Directorates Of Labour Department, Govt Of West Bengal:

(a) Directorate of Labour
(b) Directorate of Employment
(c) Directorate of Shops & Establishments
(d) Directorate of Factories
(e) Directorate of Boilers

Employment Bank is being monitored and implemented through the Directorate of Employment, West Bengal.
Organisation Profile
1. Total number of Employment Exchanges – 73.
2. Total number of University Employment Information & Guidance Bureau – 4. (At CalcuttaUniversity, Jadavpur University, Rabindra Bharti University, Burdwan University)
3 Total number of Employment Information & Assistance Units at the block level -56
4 Total number of Offices of Regional Joint/Deputy Directors of Employment at District Head Quarters – 18 (Purba Medinipur district is looked after by the Regional Joint Director, Paschim Medinipur)
5 Total number of Employment Market Information Units – 32.
6. Total number of Vocational Guidance Units – 35.
Activities under the Directorate of Employment
  1. Placement Activity
The Directorate of Employment through its network of Employment Exchanges used to act as the premier placement agency mainly for non-PSC vacancies arising in state Government establishments and undertakings. The scope has been reduced following decisions by the judiciary directing compulsory open advertisement for filling up of vacancies. Such placements have further been reduced as the vacancies are now being filled up through Service Commissions.
Meanwhile, job opportunities in the private sector have been outpaced those in the State sector creating, among other things, some skill mismatches, or a demand and supply gap, in the employment market.
 2. Skill Development Initiatives of the Directorate
I. Scheme for Skill Development for the Registered Job-seekers.
II. Skill Training for the Domestic Workers
III. Skill Development for the Workers in the Locked Out Industries
IV. Special Coaching for the aspirants of the Defence jobs
3. Self Employment Promotion Initiatives
4.Udiyaman Swanirbhar Karmasansthan Prokolpo (USKP)
• To make the unemployed youth aware about the prospect and necessity of becoming self employed in the present employment market scenario.
• To provide the prospective entrepreneurs some pre-requisite information and guidance about some aspects of self employment like preparation of scheme, marketing strategy, banking requirements etc.
Such programmes are being organised in collaboration with RSETI (Rural Self Employment Training Institute) of various Nationalised Banks.
5. Computerisation of Employment Exchanges
All the Employment Exchanges of the State are connected to the internet through broadband and the data of the registered job-seekers of the State have been digitized through a National web portal developed and maintained by NIC, Delhi under supervision by the Directorate General of Employment & Training, Government of India
6. Employment Market Information (EMI)
a. The Compulsory notification of all vacancies by all Public Sector Establishments and all Private sector Establishments which employees at least 25 persons.
b. The submission of quarterly ER-I and biennial ER-II returns by such establishments on the basis of which the periodic Employment Market Report
7. Vocational Guidance Programmes
It is a constellation of services concerned with educational, vocational, personal etc. aspects of a person in quest of job. It involves guiding the job seekers on the problems related to choice of vocation vis-à-vis existing opportunities and threats in the Employment Market.
 8.Exempted Category (EC) Cell
(i) Land losers
(ii) Election Job-Workers
(iii) Ex-Census Workers (1981 & 1991 Census Operation) and
(iv) Meritorious sportsmen, for sponsoring of those candidates against posts reserved in State Government vacancies for EC Candidates.

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