The role of Employment Exchange is to provide employment if registered through Emploment exchange and to provide the gainful Emploment, Emploment Exchange was formulated in May 1960. Up to 1975, the role of exchange was praiseworthy since they used to send the names of the registered aspirant to the employers and in turn, the interview calls were despatched among the job seekers.
These Employment Exchanges were explanatory to the Ministy of Labour for the smooth functioning providing the datas of registration of the job seekers and percentage of the candidates benifited through the exchange.
The function of the Employment Exchange was affected considerably after 1980 onwards since there were no more vacancies in the Public Sector Undertakings in relation to the job of clerical nature, Electricians, Fitters, Riggers, Turners etc and hence their roles too dropped. For the executive posts, demands of the employers were fulfilled through the open advertisements flouted in the leading News - papers.
However, it is always better to get your name registered in the Employment Exchange since larger Public Undertakings and even the Private ones seek the names of the eligible candidates for a particular post through the Emploment exchange.
In order to get a job of your choice, you may go through the following routs as well -
1) Make an attractive resume detailing all the relevant details such as qualification, experience, your academic and job highlights fitting to the specific job requirement are to be included and approach a job consultant having reputation in this line.
2) Go through the leading News - papers wherein you would come across numerous vacancies for which you will be matching as per their demands. You will straightway approach the Employer in order to get jobs.
3) You may approach Naukari. Com or other similar platform so as to get a job of your choice with the payment of minor commission fixed by the consultant.