Govt job for all not possible in Himachal due to State’s high literacy rate: CM
Vikramaditya Singh claimed the government has completed work on most of the developmental projects started during last four and a half years.
Shimla -The Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh on August 12, in a statement, said that the State Government has kept its promise of creating ample job opportunities. He said the government is creating employment for the youth in both private and government sector, he claimed.
He said due to Himachal’s high literacy rate, it is not possible to provide employment to all in government sector alone.
The Chief Minister was speaking at a public meeting in Bathmana-Jabri panchayat of Shimla Rural assembly segment on Saturday late evening.
He said thousands of youth have been given employment during last few years.
He cites examples like the Skill Development Scheme and said the government was offering various other schemes with subsidies to enable them to get proper training in vocational courses and starting self-employment ventures.
The Chief Minister’s son and the president of the State Youth Congress Vikramaditya Singh claimed the government has completed work on most of the developmental projects started during last four and a half years.
He said the government has given three Industrial Training Institutes (ITI’s) in the rural constituency. He further claimed the government has given the youth technical education and they have found jobs and were exploring self-employment avenues.
Recent Rozgar Mela, he claimed, provided jobs to more than 250 youth of the constituency were provided employment in private sector.
In the same address, it was informed that soon the registered Mahila Mandals of the constituency would be provided Rs. 20,000 each to meet out their small expenses like repair works or purchase of furniture.
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