In a move to hire people from the private sector to work with government sector on a contract basis, the prime minister Modi has launched ‘Do you want to work for the government’ initiative.
This program has received good response from the private employees. As per the data received from the website gov.in, a total of 4704 applications has been received within a week of launch.
In a first of its kind move, Modi government launched ‘Do you want to work for the government’ initiative where jobs for various government departments were opened.
The list of positions available are editorial writers, researchers, data scientists, software developers, video editors, social media experts, graphic designers and app developers for professionals working in the private sector are available.
Interested candidates were requested to upload their resume on my gov.in portal. “Carrying forward the spirit of government-citizen interface, MyGov proposes to create a databank of resumes of various seniority levels and specializations. This data bank may be sourced by the government periodically to engage citizen experts in various domains for contractual services in different positions across ministries, departments, organizations, institutions, and specialized entities,” the website said
“MyGov will scrutinize the resumes, and shortlisted resumes will contact for further discussion/interview. The compensation package will be discussed during direct interactions,” it added.