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Karnataka Initiates Job Fair Panel to Facilitate Employment Opportunities for Unemployed Youth
The committee will collaborate with major industries, small-scale enterprises, and software companies to organize job fairs at both state and district levels. The objective is to empower unemployed youth by connecting them with job opportunities and fostering self-reliance.

by Pragti Sharma / 21 Jan 2024 16:59 PM IST / 0 Comment(s) / 141

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The Karnataka government has formed a dedicated committee headed by Medical Education and Skills Development Minister Sharan Prakash Patil. The committee's primary focus is to conduct large-scale job fairs at both district and state levels, offering opportunities for unemployed youth to secure employment. This initiative follows the successful launch of the Yuva Nidhi scheme, a key electoral promise of the ruling Congress in Shivamogga.



Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has constituted a job fair committee led by Minister Sharan Prakash Patil. The committee, leveraging the success of the Yuva Nidhi scheme, aims to orchestrate extensive job fairs to facilitate employment opportunities for the youth.



The committee will collaborate with major industries, small-scale enterprises, and software companies to organize job fairs at both state and district levels. The objective is to empower unemployed youth by connecting them with job opportunities and fostering self-reliance.



Preference for Kannadigas



The committee plans to prioritize Kannadigas in the job fair, ensuring that local talent receives due consideration in employment opportunities. This approach aims to enhance job prospects for the native population. The job fair is expected to provide job opportunities across various sectors, including IT-BT, hospitality, manufacturing, banking, and more. The initiative is particularly beneficial for unemployed youth in rural areas.



Discussions have already taken place between Minister Sharan Prakash Patil and relevant officials to address vacant positions in the government sector and create employment opportunities in the private sector. The committee intends to bridge the gap between job seekers and potential employers.



News Source: India Today


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