Hyderabad, July 15 (Hydnow): Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) is providing training in various fields. Even though they are well educated, the people are not getting proper jobs according to their education.
Apart from providing training under self-employment, and getting better placements in various companies, the GHMC to enter MoU with Light House Community foundation (LCF) to provide skill development training to the slum dwellers aged 18 years to 35 years. On pilot basis, it was proposed to set up a training center in Kukatpally Zone. For this, Standing Committee approval was also obtained.
For people between 18 years to 35 years, according to their education and eligibility, placement will be given through LCF in various companies. Earlier, the LCF with Pune Municipal Corporation provided job opportunities to many, in various companies and factories and helped in uplifting their standard of living. Even to the people, who are uneducated, they provided training under self-employment along with financial aid.
In Pune municipality, they provided 7,200 jobs out of 11,000 registered. Every year, they are providing training to about 600 people without any fee. The training will be given in IT, ITes (information technology-enabled services) programs related to Java, CCNA, Data Entry Operator, Nonvoice BPO, Web designing, Computer Hardware and networking, General Duty Assistant, automobile repairing in two, three and four wheelers, photography, mobile repairing, bakery preparation and so on.
Also, training is given in Nursing, Cooking, Beauty Parlour, fitness training, and service-oriented programs. Apart from this, if some courses are not available with the (LCF) they will provide the required training in other institutions according to their choice, and placement is provided in various companies and factories.
The LCF would tie up with reputed companies and industries. In order to uplift the living standards of slum dwellers, it is proposed to set up the training facilities in Huda Colony in the Model Market building on a pilot basis. In GHMC, there are 4846 colonies having 1466 notified and non-notified slums, to improve the standard of living of slum dwellers, GHMC is taking steps to provide training under generate employment scheme for youth in various fields. (Hydnow)
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