About Department of Employment Haryana

The department administers the Employment Exchanges (Compulsory Notification of Vacancies) Act, 1959, which is a Central statute and the Rules framed thereunder. At present, 56 Employment Exchanges are functioning in the State, out of which there is 1 State Employment Exchange Haryana at Panchkula, 4 Divisional Employment Exchanges, 17 District Employment Exchanges, 31 Sub Divisional Employment Exchanges and 3 University Employment Information and Guidance Bureaux. 2 Cells are also functioning  at State Employment Exchange Panchkula,1 Scheduled Caste (SC) Cell &1 Physically Handicapped (PH) Cell.

The Employment Exchanges perform mainly three types of functions viz. Registration of applicants and their placement, providing vocational guidance to job seekers and collect employment market information data from establishments in the organized sector. The Employment Exchanges are rendering free services to employers as well as to job seekers.

REGISTRATION OF JOB SEEKERS

Any person who is a job seeker can get his/ her name registered in the Employment Exchanges under whose jurisdiction he/ she usually resides.[Read More]

SUBMISSION OF NAMES OF APPLICANTS

As per the vacancies notified by various employers, the Employment Exchange submits the list of job seekers who match the requirements of the employer.[Read More]
VOCATIONAL/ CAREER GUIDANCE

Employment Exchanges also provide Vocational Guidance /Career Information to the applicants. The department has set up a network of 22 vocational guidance units at District/Town Employment Exchanges and 3 in Universities to provide Educational & Vocational Guidance to youths. These units disseminate occupational and other relevant information to the applicants through Group Guidance, Career Talks, Career Weeks, Individual Information and Individual Counseling. Employment Information Centre have been set up in 233 Villages throughout Haryana till date where latest information about training facilities and job opportunities are regularly display for the benefit of unemployed youth.[Read More]

UNEMPLOYMENT ALLOWANCE SCHEME

Initially the Unemployment Allowance Scheme was launched on 1st November, 1988 by the then

Hon'ble Chief Minister. The scheme benefited the applicants who were Matric & above. It has three slabs i.e. Matric @ Rs. 50/-, 10+2 @ Rs. 75/- and those who were graduate and above were paid @ 100/- per month.

The Scheme was amended in November 2004. The allowance for matriculate and above was raised to Rs. 100/- per month, for 10+2 @ Rs. 200/- and for graduate was raised to Rs. 300/-.

This scheme continued till October 2005 until it was replaced by the existing scheme in November, 2005, under the present scheme 10+2 or above applicants were paid @ Rs. 300/- per month and graduates and above were paid @ Rs. 500/- per month.

The rates of unemployment allowance were again revised w.e.f. 1-4-2009; as under:

 

Sr. No.

Category

Amount (per month)

1.

10+2 (General)    

500/-

2.

10+2 (Science)    

750/-

3.

10+2 (Female)     

900/-

4.

Graduate General

750/-

5.

Graduate (Science)

1000/-

6.

Graduate (Female)

1500/-

.[Read More]

SELF EMPLOYMENT

To promote self-employment, the employment officers are guiding the applicants regarding self employment schemes being operated by various Government departments/Boards/Corporations of Haryana State and the applicants who are so willing for self employment are registered separately and their names are being sponsored to various agencies for the grant of loan.

OVERSEAS EMPLOYMENT BUREAU

In order to cater to the growing demands for skilled and unskilled labour, technicians, professionals, engineers, executives and doctors in foreign countries especially in the middle-east, the Government is shortly setting up an Overseas Placement Bureau in the Department of Employment.[Read More]

PRIVATE PLACEMENT SERVICES

With the shrinking of job avenues in the Government department and the department having no significant role in the matter of Government recruitment, private placement services are proposed to be made available in four major industrial town i.e. Gurgaon, Faridabad, Sonepat and Yamuna Nagar on the pattern of Private Placement Agencies. The first such cell has been set up at Gurgaon.[Read More]

 

      

DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS

 

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011 

2012

Total Registration

171974

202192

16961

237338

160342

182345

121415

Women

33246 

37073 

39051

79048 

48789 

60536

43864

SC/ST

24282

34811 

23200 

32603 

22524 

28717

20760

I.T.I Trained

4978

4521

4198 

5928 

4330

2958

3145

Physically Handicap

2556

2146 

1422 

1561 

1331 

1513

1120

Backward Cast

4452 

29212 

23425 

36817 

25456 

32643

23496

Diploma Holder

1163 

993 

1038 

1902 

1990 

1816

1584

 

Total Placements

3397

3712

2668

1945

6169

8362

16799

Women

315

336

181

150

386

431

691

SC/ST

172

328

109

123

177

99

285

I.T.I Trained

57

32

108

104

400

440

841

Physically Handicap

16

8

7

4

4

15

22

Backward Cast

96

152

36

46

92

52

190

Diploma Holder

5

4

11

4

146

44

154

Private Placement

2728

2791

2291

1516

5673

7911

16274

 

Total Live Register

1120521

992043

922820

960145

911824

819992

761107

Women

222280

192159

181637

219218

219092

208736

202730

SC/ST

175810

166781

161496

169011

157647

147993

138818

I.T.I Trained

37458

34996

33300

33563

31961

29492

27155

Physically Handicap

14579

14362

13715

13932

12974

12614

11724

Backward Cast

138621

130873

127775

137600

134313

130619

138576

Diploma Holder

7439

6933

6685

7307

7594

7392

7392

 


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