Governor meets unemployed engineers and advised to take up ‘Start up’ projects, entrepreneurship, cooperative farming and plantation etc
Form self-help groups and take up ‘Start up’ projects, entrepreneurship, cooperative farming and plantation etc. which have great scope for livelihood in our State: Governor to unemployed engineers
The Governor the Arunachal Pradesh Brig. (Dr.) B.D. Mishra (Retd.) met five unemployed engineers at Raj Bhavan, Itanagar on 30th May 2022. The engineers shared their aspirations and challenges with the Governor.
The Governor, who has been pushing hard for expediting the Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC) for the filling up of vacancies in various departments, advised the engineers to prepare themselves for the ensuing examinations against the vacancies of Assistant and Junior Engineer posts to be advertised by the APPSC shortly. He said that it is in the best interest of the youth and the State to fill up the vacancies through official procedures, based on merit.
The Governor said that once, the engineers are appointed, the engineers working as officiating and who are on dual charges will automatically relinquish their multiple charges. He said that the State Government is seriously working on appointing qualified engineers for the vacant posts.
The Governor suggested, even in least populated Scandinavian countries, their governments have not been able to provide job for each and every person and, therefore, in their own practical interest, the unemployed engineers to form self-help groups and take up ‘Start up’ projects for their own sustenance, while preparing for examination. He suggested them to go for entrepreneurship, cooperative farming and plantation etc. which have great scope for livelihood in our State.