Hyderabad : Bandaru Dattatreya, Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Labour & Employment inaugurated the Model Career Centre, Osmania University, Hyderabad today under National Career Service (NCS). While addressing the gathering the Union Minister said that Model Career Centres (MCCs) will be opened in Karimnagar, Khammam and Kothagudam besides the new centres in ITI Mallepalli, Osmania University and Warangal.
Bandaru Dattatreya said that more jobs should be provided to youth so that we can achieve golden Telangana. By 2028 Five crore jobs will be available in the world. 70 Crore rupees sanctioned for theRegional Vocational Training Centre in Hyderabad. The government has provided training to 1 crore candidates through Skill India programme. And it will provide training to another 1 crore candidates by 2020. 562 Job Melas were conducted in India and Job Melas will also be conducted in all the districts ofTelangana State. The Government has conducted the exclusive Job Melas for girls and provided 14,000 Jobs to girls. Job Mela will be conducted for Railway Workers children in Secunderabad. The Apprentice Act was recently amended and Rs. 15,000 will be provided as stipend to the apprentice candidates. The Government has set up the National Career Service portal and 3 crore 88 lakhs job-seekers got registered their names in the portal. 14 Lakhs organizations also registered in the portal. Employment generation is the top priority of the Union government. The NCS will help for transparency in providing Jobs. There is 93% non-technical work force and only 1.8% technical work force is available. The youth requires apprenticeship, training, internship and Skill Development for getting jobs. The Youth should focus on the Prime Minister’s Message of “Awaken Youth”, “Improve Skill Development” achieve employment and make your life as golden life. The Minister opined that more ITIs should be set up in Telangana State.
Job Melas will be held in each district in Telangana State, Dattatreya said. 3.88 Crore job-seekers registered their names in the National Career Service portal, he revealed. The Union Minister for Labour and Employment gave away certificates of registration to the unemployed candidates who got registered their names in the NCS portal. He planted saplings in the university Arts College premises. OU varsity should be made green, Dattatreya said. A botanical garden must be developed, he suggested.
The President of India, while addressing in Parliament on June 9, 2014 announced to transform Employment Exchanges into Career Centres connecting our youth with job opportunities in transparent and effective manner through use of technology as well as through counselling and trailning. Based on speech of our President the Central Government took policy decision to establish 100 model career centres throughout India. Under this National Career Service project from Telangana, UEI & GB, OsmaniaUniversity, Hyderabad and Warangal Employment Exchanges are chosen for this purpose in the first phase.
The MCC OU staffed by motivated personnel, effectively and continuously assessing demand of skills in labour markets. They are guiding youth visiting the Centre or by outreach to schools/colleges, various training institutions, about the training, on the job training, job opportunities, etc. according to their aptitude and potential. The main stakeholders for the NCS are unemployed candidates seeking jobs, disabled, students seeking career counselling, candidates seeking vocational/occupational guidance. The Union Minister distributed the registration certificates in the NCS portal to the job-seekers. Shashank Goel, Principal Secretary to Government of Telangana, Department of Employment, Kishan Reddy, MLA, Dilip, MLC , Ramchandram, Vice Chancellor, Osmania University and several government officials have also participated in the function.