Mahbubnagar: With the aim to provide skill development training for the youth in the age group of 18-35, Joint Collector Krishna Aditya and local MLA Srinivas Goud laid the foundation stone for the construction of State Bank of India Rural Self-Employment Training centre at the proposed new integrated Collectorate near at Palakonda in Mahabubnagar on Thursday.
MLA Srinivas Goud and Joint Collector Krishna Aditya laying foundation stone for SBI training centre in Mahbubnagar on Thursday
In view of this, the State government has decided to train the youth between 18-35 years in tailoring, embroidery, beauty parlour, cell phone repairing, computer operation, electric wiring and in various other fields in which the youth can find employment and establish their own self-employment units and lead a happy life by earning good amount of money.
At present, the construction of the self-employment training centre is estimated to cost Rs. 1 crore. As the government has already released Rs 50 lakhs, the district administration is planning to complete the tender process at the earliest and is set to complete the new training centre within a year.
For enrolling into the new training centre, the district administration is giving priority for the youth from rural background. “We will give priority to rural youth in skill development training like tailoring, embroidery, cell phone repair and other streams. Soon after completion of the training, the qualified candidates would be given certificate.
Apart from it, those who complete the skill development would be given help in securing bank loans for setting up self-employment unites, said the Joint Collector Krishna Aditya.
The students, who would enrolled into the skill development training centre, would also be given travelling allowance on the first and final day.
Miya M G M Anand, General Manager, State Bank of India, Srinivasulu, Deputy Manager SBI, Prabhakar, Lead Bank Manager and others participated in the programme.