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Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)


 
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What is the registration process in the Employment Exchange?
You have to produce all original certificates which will be returned to you after registration and verification of the entries at the same time.
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What is the renewal period ?
 Three years along with the grace period of 2 months.
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Can we renew by post ?
Yes. You will have to send a self addressed postcard along with an application for the renewal
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In case we do not get a reply in a month about our renewal status, what should we do ?
You must approach the Employment Exchange personally.
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Can an illiterate register his/her name ?
Yes.
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Is there any specific timing for registration ?
You can register your name during office hours on all working days from 10:30 A.M. to 01:00 P.M..
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Will I be informed when a job is notified which fits my seniority and qualification?
No. It is not possible to inform all candidates whenever a job is notified (a demand is received from an employer) which fits his qualifications. This is because of the very large number of such candidates. In such cases only those candidates may be informed who are finally selected for submission on the basis of seniority. In some cases candidates are informed directly by the employer at the time of interview.
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Will I be considered for a job if I am already employed?
Yes. Candidates who are already employed are also considered for jobs with other candidates. As per government policy, they have a right to try for better prospects.
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Should I show my work experience in my application?
Yes. Candidates get the benefit of work experience in case some employers require candidates with work experience.
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Will my name be cancelled from the LR (Live Register) if I get employed somewhere else?
If a candidate gets a permanent job through the employment exchange, her name is cancelled from the Live Register.
Government policy in this regard is still not clearly formulated. On the one hand, candidates have the right to retain their registration, even if they find employment in a job, in order to improve their prospects & look for a better job. On the other hand, the Live Register (list of registered Candidates) grows longer and longer as new candidates register but old Candidates do not bother to cancel their registration even after finding jobs / self-employment. This gives an inflated figure of 'genuine' job-seekers, and provides a misleading picture to policy-makers and the government about the number of unemployed.
Hence, in practice, most employment exchanges follow the practice of canceling the names of such candidates from the Live Register who are absorbed in permanent jobs, so that other candidates with lower seniority also get a chance to receive calls. However, a candidate's name is not deleted if she finds only a temporary job.
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Can I retain my registration and seniority even if I find employment somewhere?
Government policy in this regard is still not clearly formulated. On the one hand, candidates have the right to retain their registration even if they find employment in a job in order to improve their prospects and look for a better job. On the other hand, the Live Register (List of registered candidates) grows longer and longer as new candidates register but old candidates do not bother to cancel their registration even after finding jobs/ Self-employment. This provides an inflated figure of genuine job seekers, and provides a misleading picture to policy- makers and the Government about the number of unemployed.
Hence, in practice, most employment exchanges follow the practice of canceling the names of such candidates from the Live Register who are absorbed in permanent jobs, so that other candidates with lower seniority also get a chance to receive calls. However, a candidate's name is not deleted if she/he finds only a temporary job.
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Will my name be sponsored for jobs if I am self-employed?
Yes. The name of a self employed candidate is sponsored at par with other candidates.
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What happens if I lose my identity card (registration card). Will my name still be submitted for jobs?
Yes. Your name will be submitted based on office records / computer records. You may apply for issuing a duplicate identity card.
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Will I get the benefit of my old seniority if I add any educational qualification?
If you add any educational qualification, your seniority will depend on the minimum qualification required for the job. You will get the benefit of your old seniority only if your old / lower educational qualification is considered. However, if your name is considered for a job which requires the higher additional educational qualification, then you will be given the seniority from the date of registering the additional educational qualification.
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Will my name be considered for " normal" jobs if I am physically handicapped? If I am physically handicapped can I register with the normal exchange?
Normally a physically handicapped candidate is sponsored only if the employer specifically requests for a physically handicapped candidate. However, the department promotes a policy of recommending names of physically handicapped candidates even for “normal” jobs if they are deemed to be physically capable of handling the required duties.
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If I receive a call but I am not selected by an employer, will I get another chance?
You will get another chance for another employer, or another job, but you may not get another chance with the same employer for the same job.
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If my earlier registration is with one Employment Exchange and subsequently I get a graduation or post graduation degree, should I update my qualification in the old registration, or should I take out a fresh additional registration in the University employment exchange?
Candidates who are graduates or below should update their qualification in the old registration. However, post-graduates should take out a fresh registration in the university exchange, while maintaining their old registration also, if they wish to do so.
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How can I check the current status of submission seniority?
Whenever any submission made against the demand by an employer, the record of
submission procedure is kept in the office. Also the selected list of candidates is put up on the notice board along with there seniority. Any candidate can check his submission status from the notice board, or can ask for information from the submission clerk.
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How many people are presently registered with all the employment exchanges in the State?
About 20 lakh candidates are presently registered with all the Employment Exchanges in M.adhya Pradesh, as in December 2003.
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How many vacancies are notified (received from employers) on an average each year?
In 1999, 2378 vacancies were notified (demand was received from employers), in the year 2000, 2361vacancies were notified and in the year 2001, 2602vacancies were notified.
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What is the benefit to me of registering my name with the employment exchange?
Though highly qualified candidates may not need to register their names with Employment Exchanges, many less qualified candidates do get recruited each year through Employment Exchanges. However, candidates should be mentally prepared for a long waiting period. Better still, they are advised to go in for self employment, for which guidance is given at the Employment offices.
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How many names are generally submitted against each vacancy notified by an employer?
6 candidates are generally sponsored against each vacancy.
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How many times is a candidate's name sent to an employer? Once or more?
A candidate’s name is sent only once to one employer. If he/she is not selected, his/her name is not sent to the same employer again. However, her name can be sent if a fresh demand comes from other employer, or for other jobs. Generally a candidate’s name is not sent more than three times in a calendar year for permanent jobs. For temporary jobs, his/her name may be sent many times.
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Will my name be sent / sponsored for jobs in other or nearby towns or districts?
No. Generally, a large number of suitable candidates are available from the same district / exchange where the employer’s unit is located. Hence names are generally sent from the same district and exchange. However, if suitable candidates are not found in that district, then neighboring district exchanges are informed and requested to send names of candidates.
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What is the CNV Act?
The Employment Exchanges (CNV) Act 1959 is an act passed by parliament which makes it mandatory for all establishments in the Public Sector and those Establishments in the Private Sector (Excluding Agriculture) where ordinarily 25 or more persons are employed to notify all vacancies, and also to render quarterly Employment returns (ER-I) and biennial occupational returns (ER-II) in the prescribed form.
For its effective implementation the act provides for rights of access to employers' records and the institution of prosecution against defaulting employers by the Commissioner of Employment.
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It is compulsory to recruit only through the employment Exchanges?
No. In accordance with Employment Exchange (CNV) Act, only the notification of vacancies is compulsory and not the recruitment.
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What is the procedure for applying for suitable candidates from the Employment Exchanges? Is there any cost involved?
To obtain a list of suitable candidates from Employment Exchanges, an employer has to place its demand with the concerned local Employment Exchange in whose jurisdiction it is located through a notification form specifically prescribed for the purpose. Now this facility is available free directly on this website.
All services rendered by Employment Exchanges are free of cost.
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