Hyderabad, October 29: The response from the unemployed youth for Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu is overwhelming, the state government today decided to set up a special registration counter at the Chief Minister’s camp office at Begumpet in Hyderabad. The special RYK registration counter will start function from Monday, 31st October 2011. As many as 700 candidates so far met the CM N. Kiran Kumar Reddy and submitted their bio-data for help. All those will be treated as registration.
Sensing the response from the unemployed youth, CM Reddy ordered the officials to make arrangement to set up a Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu counter at his camp office. At present, RYK enrollment is happening via official Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu website, developed by the Centre for Good Governance. Though there is lack of clarity to whom to contact for the further information, so far more than one lakh users visited RYK official website. (http://ryk.cgg.gov.in/)
So far, 40,183 candidates registered for Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu program. The state government in partnership with various private and public enterprises will conduct the job mela’s and special skill development training camps for candidates based on their requirement and helps them to get the suitable jobs. The state government is aiming to provide at least one lakh jobs by December and 15 lakh jobs by 2015 under RYK.
Clarifying further on Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu Registration process, the state government today said it will set up a special enrollment or registration facility in designated office in each of the district head quarter. The state government also trying to provide interface for registration of unemployed youth via e-seva centers and various Internet café’s, but not yet finalised the process.