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MEPMA introduces mobile app to hire workers
The Mission for Elimination of Poverty in Municipal Areas (MEPMA), here on Thursday, introduced a new mobile app called ‘Vishwaas’ for the people of Khammam to hire workers for various kinds of household works here on Thursday. Speaking on the occasion, Venu Manohar, MEPMA Project Director, said, “Many people in the town are facing problems to find good workers like painters, carpenters.
Khammam: The Mission for Elimination of Poverty in Municipal Areas (MEPMA), here on Thursday, introduced a new mobile app called ‘Vishwaas’ for the people of Khammam to hire workers for various kinds of household works here on Thursday. Speaking on the occasion, Venu Manohar, MEPMA Project Director, said, “Many people in the town are facing problems to find good workers like painters, carpenters, electricians, decorators, mechanics, housekeepers etc.
We even hear many people complaining that some of the workers are not perfect in their work after hiring them and some stopping the work in the middle. To solve such problems, MEPMA had designed a mobile app called ‘Vishwaas’ to find efficient and trained workers.”
He also said, “Many unemployed youth are trained in City Livelihood Centre.
In order to provide employment opportunities to the trained and enrolled workers, MEPMA has introduced this app ‘Vishwaas’ which was designed by V-max, E-solutions India Private Limited based in Hyderabad.” “The people can download this app by typing 'Vishwaas-Khammam' in Google playstore and can find the worker they are in need of.
The wages or charges for the work can be discussed directly with workers. After completion of work, the people can give their opinion on the work done by the worker in the app. By seeing the reviews, the City Livelihood Centre will give necessary suggestions to the workers to improve their work, he concluded.”
The app was launched by Roads and Buildings Minister Tummala Nageshwar Rao and appreciated the officials of the MEPMA who took the initiative for introducing such a useful app to provide better services to the people of Khammam and also to provide job opportunities for the unemployed youth.