Similar centres would gradually be set up all over the country, he said.
Speaking after inaugurating the newly constructed building of Sub-Regional Office of the Employees Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) here, Dattatreya said the Central Government would provide employment to about one crore people during the next two years.

A web portal would also be set up for the purpose.
In employment offices, registered unemployed people would be advised on the job opportunities in the private sector through SMS every month, he said.

Dattatreya said that works were executed under the 'Make in India', 'Digital India' and 'Skill India' programmes launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

With this initiative, foreign investment worth crore of rupees would come, he said, adding, it would help boost industrial and infrastructural facilities and create more jobs.

Under the Skill India programme, training would be imparted to farm labourers so that they could increase their income, he said.

As many as 16 Union ministries would impart such training in which women would get 33 percent reservation, he said.

He disclosed that the EPFO had unclaimed amount of Rs 27,000 crore in the accounts of labourers and employees.

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