HYDERABAD: Stating that many youngsters indulge in committing offences and involving in illegal activities, Telangana Director General of Police (DGP) Anurag Sharma on Thursday said that Hyderabad police Job Connect’s employment van would help job-seekers in obtaining information about jobs.
He unveiled Job Connect, an employment van, to connect skills with opportunities for the unemployed youth in the city. Addressing the gathering Anurag Sharma said Job Connect connects skill set of unemployed youth to employment opportunities in micro, small and medium enterprises in private sector under the auspices of a joint partnership of Hyderabad City Police and TMI.
“Reports indicate that many youngsters indulge in illegal activities because they are jobless and to get easy money,” the DGP said. Explaining about the project, Hyderabad police commissioner M Mahendar Reddy said it is a state-of-the-art technology employment van having computers, page screen TV, public address system and seating arrangement to enable youth to register and also get the information on jobs available in Hyderabad and neighbouring districts. Job-seekers can download a mobile android App called HAWKEYE which facilitates job registration. Jobs matching to the individual’s criteria would be visible through the mobile App.