Sikkim has many firsts to its credit, including being the first organic state in the country. At a time when others states are yet to come on board, Sikkim government has taken a giant leap with the launch of ‘One Family, One Job’ (OFOJ)scheme which aims to provide a government job to every family in the state. Following this, Sikkim has become the first state in the country to carry out such an exclusive programme for the people who would now be entitled to state government employee benefits.
Sikkim Government endeavors to provide jobs to 20,000 unemployed youths of Sikkim have not just solved the un-employment problem to an extent but also came as relief for the economically backward families in Sikkim.
Chief Minister Pawan Chamling has launched On ‘One Family One Job Scheme’ of the State Government, where Twelve from twenty thousand unemployed youths will get the appointment order during Rojgar Mela held on January 12 at Paljor Stadium.Remaining 8 thousand will be given the order in second phase.
The Job will be regularized after 5 years of service as promised by the CM.
This is a historic step of the government to ensure at least one member of every family is employed in the government.
Looking back into the past 25 years of the SDF government, Sikkim has witnessed rapid development and achievements in every sector. The social, economic and political rights of every citizen of the State and every section of the population of Sikkim have been fully preserved, protected and promoted. In other words no aboriginal ethnic communities of Sikkim are outside the purview of reservation and justice. Today Sikkim is known to the world as the State which symbolises peace, security, opportunity, communal harmony and development.
The support of young people remains one of the priorities in
the State’s social and economic development. “This is an achievement of the
Year for the Youths of Sikkim .
SDF knows that the focus on the youth brings results in various spheres.
The landmark policy decision – One Family One Job so that economically weaker families can ensure some kind of steady income to the families for their sustenance.