Hyderabad, October: Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu, the bench mark program by the Andhra Pradesh state government to provide 15 lakh jobs by 2015 is gaining momentum. The RYK authorities have identified specific areas, where more number of jobs can be created as early as possible to meet the target. Under the program, AP Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy has set a target of one lakh jobs by December 2011. This includes IT, ITES, skilled, semi skilled jobs across government and private sectors in the state.
As first step towards skill development, to make the unemployed youth to fit for Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu Jobs, the state government has recently signed a memorandum of agreement with nine firms operating in training, consulting and skill development areas. The firms or agencies signed the pact with RYK are SETWIN, APEC, TALLY, Andhra , SHARD, ATDE, Dathri Foundation, Mahila Sabha, RRDU, and consulting firm APICTO. These organisation will select the candidates and offer the skill based training to make them fit for the jobs in 30-60 days time frame according to the candidates choice.
To identify the candidates and bring them in to one single data base, Hyderabad based Centre for Good Governance has created a special website for Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu program. Candidates have to register at this website by selecting their choice of the area under which they are looking for jobs or employable training.