Hyderabad: The Chief Minister Mr. N. Kiran Kumar Reddy has directed the senior officials of the key departments of the Government to prepare a comprehensive draft plan for providing 15 lakh jobs in the next three years under “Rajiv Education and Employment Mission” and submit it by tomorrow. “There should be a Mission and Five Sub-Missions which should have District Core Centres”, the Chief Minister stated.
The Chief Minister has reviewed the preparatory work of the “Rajiv Education & Employment Mission” with the Minister for Finance Mr Anam Ramnarayana Reddy, Minister for Labour and Employment, Mr Danam Nagender, Minister for Rural Development, Mr D. Manikya Vara Prasad, the Chief Secretary to Government Mr S. V. Prasad and other senior officials of various key departments like Rural Development, Labour and Employment etc. here today at Secretariat.
Speaking on this occasion, the Chief Minister has said that while preparing the detailed and comprehensive plan, that it should be afresh and integrate and converge the educational curriculae, training, skill development and employability and duplication should not be there. He has also asked the officials to workout the existing training and skill development infrastructure with various departments and the future infrastructure for this Mission.
The Chief Minister informed that it is important of picking up a correct candidate for skill development and these candidates should be identified by a correct procedure. “Our curriculae in the educational institutes to be finalized in coordination with the industry and other allied sectors. Low-skill or No-skill persons to be identified and right skill development training may be imparted to suit the industry” the Chief Minister added. The Chief Minister has said that the key departments like Education, Rural Development, Municipal Administration, S.C.Corporation, B.C. Corporation, Technical Education, Institute of Electronic Governance, Jawahar Knoweledge Centres, Employment and Training, Industrial Sectors like Pharma, IT&C, Construction, Healthcare, Bio-technology, Hospitality, Tourism, Textiles, Automobiles etc., may be synchronized for preparing the draft plan of “Rajiv Education and Employment Mission”. The training and skill development should suit the industry and to make the youth self employable. This should be to enhance the employability of the youth in vocational areas through training and to create awareness of the employment opportunities and training programmes, he added.
Mr D.Srinivasulu, Secretary, Employment and Training, Mr Premachandra Reddy, Secretary, Finance, Mr Chandravadan, Commissioner, Labour and Employment and other senior officials of key departments also participated.