Children of CISF personnel get jobs under special scheme
Ten wards of CISF personnel have landed jobs with leading restaurant chains of the country after they were sent to a unique course, with help from the Tourism Ministry, to train talented children.
New Delhi: Ten wards of CISF personnel have landed jobs with leading restaurant chains of the country after they were sent to a unique course, with help from the Tourism Ministry, to train talented children.
The four-month course, that started in September, was part of the skill development initiative of the government and the 'Hunar Se Rozgar' (employment from skill) scheme of the ministry. Central Industrial Secuity Force chief O P Singh, after inaugurating the course, had said that such courses were aimed to help and ensure jobs for the children of the jawans and officers of the force, who are themselves posted away from their home for a long time.
"After successful completion of training, 10 wards have been selected for advance training and employment by renowned companies like Sagar Ratna Restaurants Private Limited and Bikanervala Foods Private Limited," a CISF spokesperson said. He said these children,
during their advance training, will be given a "handsome stipend and perks and after completion of advance training, they would be placed in the companies concerned".
"Remaining wards will also get offer for employment soon," he said. The 1.80-lakh personnel strong paramilitary guards 59 civil airports of the country apart from other vital infrastructure in the aerospace and nuclear domain among others.