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Posted on Nov 09, 09:26PM | UNI
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy today said that Rajiv Yuva Kiranaalu (RYK) is the most important programme of the Government with target to provide jobs to 1,000 youth per day.
At a review meeting Rajiv Education and Employment Mission in Andhra Pradesh (REEMAP) here, the Chief Minister said that the RYK is a great initiative of the State Government and the departments will have to scale up its activities of training and placements and achieve the task they set for themselves, an official release here said.
The Chief Minister said training partners have to be selected hereafter on a placement and salary-oriented basis.
Mobilisation, training and placements for minorities will have to be taken up simultaneously by MEEMAP, Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) and Minorities departments.
He said in Hyderabad itself, there are over 6,000 vacancies of constables and RTC drivers and conductors.
REPMA and other agencies should mobilise and train the youth so that they can get these jobs. He said more than 2,000 constables jobs are lying vacant for want of suitable local candidates.
The Chief Minister directed the REEMAP to re-orient their programmes and websites to suit all including the requirement of tribals.
He asked the Chief Secretary to convene a separate meeting to upscale the training and placement targets for each sub-missions. He said a small cell may be constituted to identify jobs in each core sector.
Mr Reddy said each department has to critically analyse their achievements, targets and training facilities periodically. He said we also have to increase the campus placements substantially, particularly in the Engineering colleges.