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Vocational Prog to Jobless Minority Youth

Published: 04th April 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th April 2015 05:03 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD:The Andhra Pradesh State Minorities Finance Corporation (APSMFC) is inviting applications from unemployed minority youth for imparting training in various vocational courses, according to a press release here.

It said that for those who had passed Intermediate, training would be given in Tally, Multimedia, Web Designing and Hotel Management. For those with SSC qualification, training would be given in DTP, Computer Hardware, Networking, Retail Sales, Customer Relations, BPO (Voice-based and Non-voice-based), Mobile Application, Teacher Training, Beauty Therapy, Manual Metal Welding, Heavy Motor Driving and for jobs such as Computer Assistants, Technical Support Executives and Security Guards.

For those who had passed their Class VII exam,  training would be given in Tailoring, Beautician’s Trade Craft, Basic Painting, Driving and AC Repairing. Graduates will also be given training in IT Tools and Applications, the release said. It further said that the applicants should be aged between 18 to 33 years and hail from families with annual income of less than Rs 1 lakh. Stipend would be paid to the candidates during the training period.

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