Varadhi set to be a boon for unemployed youth

There was an overwhelming response to the awareness programme launched by the district administration under the banner of Varadhi society, a bridge between the jobseekers and employers, with the participation of several hundreds of unemployed youth from various parts of the district in Karimnagar on Wednesday.

Several hundreds of unemployed have submitted their applications for the registration with the Varadhi society to secure employment in

government and private sector in the district and other parts of the State. Varadhi society is a registered body and its chairman is Collector, members include DRDA project director and District Employment Officer and secretary is retired deputy collector.

The Varadhi will send SMS alerts about the employment opportunities and also conduct training programmes for preparation to various

competitive examinations. The society will also conduct pre-recruitment training programmes in various skills and trades to provide employment in various private sectors also.

The Varadhi would help each registered candidate get maximum of five interviews and written téests opportunities. If the candidate failed to utilise the opportunity after being selected for a job, his registration would be cancelled with the society and no further opportunity would be given. The society will not collect any fees for registrations, training and securing employment from any candidate.

Formally launching the programme, Karimnagar MP B Vinod Kumar was all praise for district administration for launching an ambitious programme for the benefit of unemployed youth. He said that he would extend the programme throughout the Telangana State. Calling upon the youth to utilise the opportunity, he suggested that the youth should focus on the civil services examinations and bring laurels to the new State.

Collector Neetu Kumari Prasad said that they would help unemployed youth secure employment in the government and private sector and also banking sectors. She said that they would also provide outsourcing employment to the youth through Varadhi society.

Superintendent of Police V Shiva Kumar, Mayor S Ravinder Singh, Additional Joint Collector Nagendra, DRDA project director Arunasri,

district employment officer Ravinder, Varadhi society secretary Veeranjaneyulu, RDO Chandrashekhar and others were also present.


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