Rural youth advised to attend job melas
The rural youth must try to get jobs by attending the job melas, being organised by various companies, suggested Chief Whip Koppula Eshwar.
Jagtial: The rural youth must try to get jobs by attending the job melas, being organised by various companies, suggested Chief Whip Koppula Eshwar.
He inaugurated the mega job mela, organised by about 29 companies for providing employment opportunities to as many as 3,000 rural youth at Old Thirumala Thirupathi Devasthanam Kalyana Mandapam here on Thursday.
Speaking on the occasion, Eshwar said that the government took the initiation to arrange job melas since it is not possible to provide government jobs for every educated person in the State. Those, who excel in competitive examinations only can grab the government jobs.
This kind of job melas will be highly useful for those educated persons, who are trying of jobs in private sectors, the Chief Whip pointed out.
One should not feel that they are getting less salary for their educational qualification. They can achieve greater heights in their respective professions in private sector by proving their talent with gaining experience compared to government job. The youth must grab this opportunity and must get jobs proving their skills, he advised.
District Collector Dr A Sharath advised the youth by working hard with full interest there will be progress in one’s life. Many companies, along with giving salaries, have also providing other facilities for the employees.
By proving their skills, the rural youth must grab the opportunities and must play key role in the development of their villages.
“A cell will be established at district rural development office along with taking necessary steps for clearing the doubts and issues if any, for the youth, who got jobs in various companies in the mega job mela, for the convenience of the rural youth,” Sharath assured.
District and rural development agency project director J Aruna Sri, MPDO Shashikala, Tahsildar Narendar, Dharmapuri MPP Mamatha, Sarpanch Sattamma, MPTC Rajya Lakshmi and Dharmapuri temple committee chairman Srikanth Reddy were present along with others.