District Bureau of Employment and Enterprise to start coaching course for jobs

Jalandhar: To facilitate graduate and postgraduate unemployed youth in the age group of 21 to 27 years, the District Bureau of Employment and Enterprise (DBEE) would start a six-month coaching course for jobs here soon. Stating this here today, Deputy Commissioner-cum-Chairman, DBEE, Vinay Bublani, said job aspirants could get register for coaching at the DBEE. He was addressing a counselling-cum-awareness activity organised under the DBEE branding programme at Government Senior Secondary School, here.

Interacting with students of senior secondary classes, he said the students would have to set their goals to improve and build their future. The goals could be to become a doctor, opt for civil services, become an engineer, a teacher, or a businessman.

He said the students should visit the bureau right after Class X, so that they could get guidance on what their life goal should be. The choice of science, commerce or humanities streams in next classes should be selected. He appealed to all school heads to give as much publicity about the bureau as possible while meeting parents and teachers.

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The DC said the bureau had so far provided around 8,600 jobs/self employment opportunities to the youth. He said while the bureau provides free Internet services to the applicants, there were short-term employment opportunities for the aspirants who want to develop the skills, under the Punjab Skill Development Mission and the Prime Minister’s Skill Development Plan.

Ravinder Pal Singh, district employment generation and training officer, informed the students about the importance of the bureau and career, and asked the students to read newspapers daily and to ask their teachers questions about their future goals from now onwards.

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