The record has created in Kerala. About 6 lakhs people have attended to the exam to test their luck. While going into the details, they have conducted recruitment for the post of lower division clerk in the Kerala beverages corporation. The examination is conducted on October 23rd 2016 at 2608 exam centres. About 6, 36,634 have written the exam.
In past 5, 40,000 candidates have applied for the University assistant posts and create a record. Now breaking that record 6 lakhs people participated in the exam.
In total applicants, about 1, 19,220 candidates have applied for the job from Thiruvananthapuram district. About 16, 919 applicants have come from northern districts. They have created a record in the exams.
For women and physically disabled people they have given special examination centers. Examination controller N.Narayana Swamy said examination is conducted successfully without any disturbances.
By this news, we can know the how much people are suffering from unemployment. Kerala is in the first place in the unemployment. Its unemployment rate is 73% in urban and 76% in rural. For every job, applications are inviting in lakhs. To select efficient person became tough for the govt.
They will soon announce the results of Kerala PSC LDC clerk. Kerala Public service commission has notified that soon they will release more notifications in all departments. When coming to the education, it is in the top place. It has achieved 93% literacy rate. But govt failed to increase the employment opportunities.
Many applicants are waiting for job notifications. All graduates are applying for all designations from lower to upper. According to the survey 30 lakhs jobs is needed in present condition for state growth. They are also making plans to release recruitments as soon as possible in all departments.
Sad news is Kerala is also in top place in the crime rate. Due to the high unemployment rate, crime rate also increased. So govt is taking measures to reduce the crime rate and unemployment rate.
So soon we can see many job notifications from the Kerala government.