In a commendable move to address the unemployment crisis faced by youths in Trichy and Ariyalur districts, Mr. A. Kalaiselvan, District Employment Officer, has initiated discussions with the Don Bosco Vazhikaatti Trichy and Don Bosco Job Placement Network to explore collaboration possibilities. The primary objective is to establish a platform for organizing career guidance sessions, skill training programs, and job fair events tailored to the specific needs of local job seekers.
The recent meeting witnessed the active participation of key stakeholders, including Mr. Kalaiselvan (District Employment Officer, Tirchy & Ariyalur), Ms. Sindhu (Young Professional, National Career Service, MCC Trichy), Mr. Ebenezer Raja (Young Professional, National Career Service, MCC Ariyalur), Fr. Gabriel SDB (Director, Don Bosco Job Placement Network), and Mr. John Martin (Program Coordinator). Their combined expertise and commitment to empowering the youth painted a promising picture for the future.
The discussion focused on the pressing need to prepare young individuals for government job opportunities, which offer stability and long-term career growth. Ms. Sindhu and Mr. Raja provided valuable insights and guidance in this regard, drawing from their experience in the National Career Service. The proposed joint efforts to organize career guidance, skill training, and job fair events in Trichy and Ariyalur districts in order to give a secure meaningful employment.
Mr. Kalaiselvan expressed his optimism about the collaboration, stating, "By combining the resources and expertise of the District Employment Office and the Don Bosco Job Placement Network, we aim to provide comprehensive support to unemployed youths, empowering them to overcome challenges and fulfill their career aspirations." This initiative brings hope to the unemployed youths in Trichy and Ariyalur districts, as it promises a brighter future with improved career prospects and increased chances of securing meaningful employment. As the collaboration gains momentum, the focus on government job opportunities is expected to create a positive impact on the lives of countless job seekers in the region.