It is not enough just to have a degree to get a job. You should have requisite skills to acquire a job. The story of Ranjit proves this point. Ranjit was a graduate but still worked as a labourer. He was clear in his mind that just having a graduation degree will not land him a job. He knew he did not have technical knowledge. The people around him used to query him about his working as a labourer in spite his having a degree.
In order to provide employment-oriented technical training to youth of tribal-populated Koriya district, a Livelihood College has been established in District Headquarters Baikunthpur as per the guidelines of State Government, told Collector S Prakash today. Admissions in this college will start from December 1. In this college, students will be provided technical training in various fields like computer, stitching, fabrication, beautician, motor vehicale, security guard, driver, printing, photography, mobile repairing and mason etc.
Shri Premprakash Pandey, Technical and Manpower Development Minister, on Wednesday said that 10 Livelihood Colleges will be started soon at- Narainpur, Gariyaband, Dhamtari, Balodabazar, Mahasamund, Mungeli, Janjgir-Chapa, Balrampur, Surajpur, Koriya.
Asserting that the youth oriented schemes launched by the Bhartiya Janata Party State Government led by Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh, will go a long way in benefiting the youths in the State, Art of Living Guru Sri Sri Ravishankar said the initiative of the State Government to wards providing employment oriented education and training to the youths is worth praising.
Asserting that the newly-constituted districts have already started proving their worthiness, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh said that in January 2012, nine new District were constituted with an objective to take the government and administration close to the people and they can be benefited from the government schemes. Another objective for creation of smaller districts was to tighten and strengthen the administration .