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Employment Exchange is an Government organization to provide
jobs assistance on the basis of candidate qualification and
experience. Simply it can abbreviated candidate registering
educational details at exchange office for employment
opportunity. In every state there are various employment
exchanges like district, town, regional, women, special etc. Once
registered online or offline (at office) organization will forward
applicants data base to employer (govt companies), further
Job/Interview call letters will send to registers after sorting by
Meaning and definition

The Employment Exchanges (Compulsory Notification of
Vacancies) Act, 1959provides for compulsory notification of
vacancies and submission of employment returns(ER-I and ERII) by the employers to the employment exchanges. According to
the Act, the term 'employment exchange' means "any office or
place established and maintained by the Government for the
collection and furnishing of information, either by keeping of
registers or otherwise, respecting:- (i) persons who seek to
engage employees; (ii) persons who seek employment;and (iii)
vacancies to which persons seeking employment may be
appointed". Thus, the main activities of the employment
exchanges are registration, placement of job seekers, career

counselling, and vocational guidance and collection of
employment market information

Aims and objectives
Employment Exchange or Employment Registration centers main
aim is to provide job opportunities to unemployed youths of urban
and rural peoples. People who have registered/enrolled their
certificates at employment exchange offices will get benefits.
Government will provide jobs considering objectives seniority
(from how many years registration), age of candidate, marks
secured in academic year wise, community/caste, previous job
experience, student annual income status. Employment
Exchange is the opportunity to provide jobs to urban and rural


For Job Seekers
1. Online Registration and Renewal
2. Vacancy notification and submission details
3. EMI (Employment Market Information) and establishments
4. Vocational Guidance and Career information
5. Collection of various government department vacancies and submission
of suitable candidates list to the employer and achieve placement.

National Employment Service
www.employmentservice.nic.in is the national employment service covers
all states and union territories as on 31st August 2015 total 947
employment exchanges in India. Employment Exchanges Act 1959,
Compulsory Notification of Vacancies.

Employment Exchange Renewal Period
Students have to renewal their employment card every 3 years, In case
applicant forgot to renewal, don’t worry every employment exchange allow
6 months grace period without losing employment seniority.
Recently Govt of India MSME launched Employment Exchange for
Industries, Persons who are passed MSME training institute certificate
utilize this service freely.

Employment Exchange Facilities
For Physically Handicapped
All of employment exchange services registration, renewal, emi,
employment opportunities available at Special Employment Exchange
offices for Phsically Handiccped persons. Facilities provided railway
concessions, free traveling bus, self employment financial assistance.

Self Employment Motivation Camps
Employment Exchange Offices provide self employment scheme
opportunities to local jobseekers, people who have registered with the
exchange eligible to apply various loan/subsidy run by different government
departments. For running these schemes training will make available in ITI
and other training institutions.

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