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2.3 lakh jobs created in last 3 years: Meghalaya CM

Shillong, Feb 27 (UNI) Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma informed the State Assembly on Monday that 2.3 lakh jobs have been created through different government programmes in the state over the last three years, adding that the government is working towards creating of 5.5 lakh jobs in the next five years
Replying to a query during Question Hour, he said that the unemployment rate in the state on average is around 3 percent, which is below the national average of 4.7 percent.
“The government is implementing several schemes and programmes for the creation of employment opportunities. These include MGNREGS, CM-Elevate, PRIMEprogram, FOCUS, FOCUS+, Mission Mode Programs in Agriculture, Meghalaya Grassroots Music Project, Chief Minister's Youth Centre, National Rural Livelihood Mission and Skills Meghalaya,” he said.
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