Rozgar Mela: BSF
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Prime Minister Modi virtually addressed The selected candidates in more than 45 job fairs organized at different places in The country and also gave appointment letters to more than 71 thousand selected candidates. In this series, BSF’s South Bengal Frontier also organized an employment fair on Tuesday at Nazrul Shotobarshiki Hall of Madhyamgram Municipality.
The responsibility of handing over The appointment letters to The 1058 candidates selected in The Border Security Force was entrusted to The South Bengal Frontier. Out of this, 1057 candidates have been selected from The state of West Bengal and one candidate from The Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar. A team of nodal officers from South Bengal Frontier handed over appointment letters to 200 selected candidates in 24 Central Government departments.
Chief Guest Rajwinder Singh Bhatti, IPS, ADG (Eastern Command) inaugurated The program in The presence of Dr. Atul Fulzele, IPS, Inspector General, South Bengal Frontier, senior officers of The force and officials from various departments of The Central Government.
Rajwinder Singh Bhatti, IPS gave appointment letters to 25 selected candidates who appeared in The job fair. Apart from this, The remaining selected candidates were given appointment letters by The senior officials present there. Spokesperson of South Bengal Frontier said that appointment letters will be sent through e-mail and registered post to The selected candidates who have not been invited to The job fair immediately after The event.