Superintendent of Police Rahul Dev Sharma interacting with the selected tribal girls for general nursing course in Visakhapatnam on Wednesday
Superintendent of Police Rahul Dev Sharma interacting with the selected tribal girls for general nursing course in Visakhapatnam on Wednesday

Visakhapatnam: Ujwala, a programme to provide employment to the tribal youth, launched by Visakhapatnam Rural Police selected 30 tribal girls for nursing training. 

The selected girls will be trained in the general nursing at GMR Hospital, Srikakulam, for 45 days. After the training, all the successful trainees would be given employment in various hospitals in Hyderabad with an assured salary of Rs 10,000 for each girl.

According to Superintendent of Police Rahul Dev Sharma, the beneficiaries have been selected from 35 most interior pockets of Chintapalle, GK Veedhi, Sileru, Paderu and Dumbriguda mandals.

During the 45 days training, the GMR Hospital would provide free lodging and boarding to the trainees, the Superintendent of Police said. The Superintendent of Police also informed that the successful trainees of the first batch have been employed in various hospitals.