Kerala government will create 20 lakh jobs in 5 years. Thiruvananthapuram News – Times of India

Thiruvananthapuram: The state will create 20 lakh ‘quality jobs’ in the next five years through a project that aims to provide skill training to students in higher education institutions and enable them to adapt to the changing times. Kerala The Development and Innovation Strategic Council (K-DISC) concluded on Tuesday.
K-DISC with the help of various agencies prepared a comprehensive strategic paper in this regard, the first such consultation was conducted with prominent members of the media. chief principal secretary of From. m KM Abraham said that the strategic paper for building a knowledge society was prepared as per the decision taken in the first cabinet meeting after the present government came to power.
The project is expected to cost around Rs 6,000 crore over five years. Discussions will also be held with representatives of the business and academic communities, the working class, women’s organizations and student-youth groups. agencies such as digital university, ICT Academy and Kerala Startup Mission will be part of the project.
The state can make use of options like work from home (WFH) and work from home (WNH) and create opportunities even during the global crisis caused by the pandemic, Vice Chancellor of Digital University Saji Gopinath Said.


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