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Digital exchange makes job deals easy
DEET app brings employers, jobseekers on to a single platform
Hyderabad: Now, getting a dream job is easier for aspiring educated youth in Telangana. The state government has launched India's first of its kind Digital Employment Exchange of Telangana (DEET) app, run on Artificial Intelligence (AI). The app provides all job information, including that of private and state government, on single platform.
The DEET app, which has the potential to change the very face of the employment industry soon in the country, will act as a network connecting the employers and the prospective job seekers.
The job providers and job seekers will have to register themselves onto the platform with minimal efforts and the platform provides the entire arena of skilled, semi-skilled, unskilled, unemployed, job migrants and fresh entrants to access the stream of employment.
The employers from various industries like IT, retail, E-Commerce, consumer services, business services, advertising, telecommunications, consulting, entertainment, hospitals, manufacturing, insurance, banking and pharmaceutical sectors will offer jobs and appoint suitable workforce.
State IT and Industries Secretary Jayesh Ranjan said the DEET app is already displaying more than 40,000 vacancies from various companies across Telangana and also the country.
He said it is a free application for everyone to download on Google Play store or register themselves via website 'https://tsdeet.com'.
State Labour and Employment Minister Ch Malla Reddy said the applicants will get regular job alerts in private and public sector, notification, recruitment drive and walk in interview details that happen in and around them.
The app will show only those applications that are relevant to the employers once they post the requirements. This advanced screening will not only save the time but also ensure that the deserving applicant gets the job deserved in a short time.