Among all cities in India, Hyderabad stands on the scale of employability. Recently conducted survey at the mega job fair organized by the NICs (National Institute of Career Services). A total of 10,000 intermediate and undergraduate students got themselves. A total of 10,000 intermediate and undergraduate students got themselves registered at the fair. The job expo, where moreover 75 companies from IT, ITes and manufacturing sectors participated, employed 3,500 of those who registered for grand meet on dingle day.
The NICS Job Mela, which was earlier held in Noida, Uttar Pardesh, had registered around 8,000 jobseekers. Supported by Union and State governments, the fair is organized to help employable jobseekers and prospective employers. Only 2.4 percent of employable workforce has skill, adding that union projects, including Skill India and Make in India can facilitate better this ground reality. India’s poor performance in the ability is in stark contrast with high percentage of skilled workforce in Germany 75%, Japan 80% and China 90%.
The Union Government will set up 8,000 new commercial training institutes to support development of skilled workforce in the country. The Union government will set up 8,000 new industrial Training Institutes to support development of skilled workforce. 2 lakhs students graduate from engineering colleges in Hyderbad and surrounding areas alone. We need to generate jobs for them. At the same time, we cannot disregard ITIs. The centre will grant Rs. 100 crore for setting up and maintenance of it is in Telangana. Job seekers from the country who emigrate to Germany, Australia and Japan can in the future attend skill establishment and training sessions of their choice in ITIs. Students and young graduates, who assembled to the job fair, could not have desired for anything better, as they got a gamut of companies knocking at their doorstep. If such Job Melas are held in each of the districts, the youth will benefit much.