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Gadchiroli police help youths get jobs | Nagpur News


Nagpur: Gadchiroli police are helping youngsters from the district get jobs and self-employment opportunities in different sectors under an initiative, as part of which a job fair was organised on Wednesday.
A press release said their skill training initiative has so far helped about 2,000 youths from remote parts of the Naxalite-affected district get various jobs in Maharashtra and outside, and has also created self-employment opportunities for young people. Through Wednesday’s job fair, 186 selected youths will get an opportunity to undergo month-long training in hospitality and automobile industries through an education foundation.
Police superintendent Ankit Goyal said these 186 youngsters hail from remote parts of Gadchiroli. “The youths will get lodging, food and training free of cost. After the completion of the course, they will get confirmed jobs in hospitality and automobile industries,” he said.
The release said 1,669 youths from Gadchiroli have till now undergone training in various aspects related to hospitality, automobile and nursing sectors and got jobs. Some of them are employed as security guards. Besides, 197 youths have been given self-employment training and another 413 are employed as security guards in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, the release said.
As many as 1,111 women have got jobs in Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh as nursing assistants, while 85 youths are employed in the hospitality segment and 36 in the automobile industry, it added.



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