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      Under the Employment Exchanges Compulsory Notification of Vacancies Act 1959, all the employers in the public & private sector employing 25 or more employees must notify the vacancies occurring in their establishment to the Employment Exchange under whose jurisdiction their organisation falls. However, any employer in the private sector irrespective of the number of its employees can also avail of the services of the Employment Exchanges.  
      The Employment Exchanges submit candidates to the employers in the public sector, on the basis of the seniority of registration vis-a-vis the requisite qualifications and experience as specified by the employer.

However, in case of Employers in the Private sector, there is no condition of seniority of registration. The employers can scrutinize the database of candidates and can pick any candidate as per their requirements. The Employment Exchange provide free service to the candidates as well as employers.

  Advertised vacancies:  
    The employment officers in the field scrutinize daily news papers and inform applicants registered with them about the advertised vacancies and competitive examinations so that they can apply for such examinations/ vacancies in time. Special emphasises is laid on the applicants residing in rural areas due to their lack of accessibility to the modern information technology facilities.

It is for the information of the general public that website www.employmentnews.gov.in of the Ministry of I & B Govt of India is a very good source of information about the vacancies, admission notices, competitive examinations and guidance material.