Ministry of Education warns aspirants against fake websites offering job opportunities

The Ministry of Education has warned job applicants against fake websites that offer job opportunities but demand money in return.

The Ministry of Education warns job applicants against fake websites.

On March 7, the Ministry of Education issued a statement warning job applicants against fake websites offering employment opportunities.

“It has been brought to the knowledge of the Ministry of Education that in order to deceive innocent candidates, several websites have been created with names similar to the schemes of the department, such as, https://samagra .shikshaabhiyan,”, as reported by ANI.

Fake websites offering jobs demanding money in return

The ministry said that these websites provide employment opportunities to applicants and mislead them by the website layout, content and presentation which is similar to the original website. These websites ask respondents for money for applications.

The ministry further added that these are some of the websites that have come to the attention of the Department of School Education and Literacy, and that there could be many more websites/accounts. media man promising jobs and demanding money for recruitment process.

“The general public is advised to avoid applying for job vacancies on these websites and ensure that the websites are authorized by visiting the official website of the relevant department/personal application/phone call/e -mail to protect their own interests,” the ministry said in a statement, as reported by ANI.

“Anyone applying on these websites will do so at their own risk and liability for any consequences thereof,” the statement concludes.

(With ANI inputs)

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