Work hard, minister Mr KTR tells job aspirants

The IT minister Mr K T Rama Rao has asked the job aspirants to keep themselves away from movies, cell phones, and social media for some time and focus on preparation for the job.

Inaugurating a free coaching camp being organised by Minister Mr Ch Malla Reddy at Peerjadiguda, Mr KTR advised the students to work hard for six months to get a job. The state government has recently announced 80,000 jobs.

Mr Rama Rao said there will be tough competition and hence aspirants should put in extra effort to secure one.

The state government has launched Vidya and Nipuna channels through T SAT and there is very good content. The job aspirant can make use of the same.

He wanted them not to get depressed if they do make it because there were enough opportunities in the private sector as well. Through TSiPASS, 19,000 companies have come and 13,000 companies started functioning. Another 6,000 companies will come into operation soon. The state government has been giving them incentives if they provided jobs to local youth. Hence, one need not worry but they should acquire skills and upgrade them.

The youth should hone their skills and make themselves suitable for the private company needs.

There were about 15 lakh vacancies in the central government and Telangana state will get at least 60,000 to 70,000 jobs. There is no dearth of jobs but the aspirants should be prepared well and acquire the skills required for the jobs.

Mr Rama Rao appreciated the minister Mr Malla Reddy for starting the free coaching centre. The Centre will be in operation for about three months and classes will be on from 9 am to 6 pm with free lunch and snacks for job aspirants.


By Gollapudi Srinivasa Rao

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