In an excellent effort, the Hyderabad City Police organised a 'Job Mela' which was created for 4,000 vacancies in 27 companies. The initiative took place on Saturday in Hyderabad's St Joseph's Public School.
Anjani Kumar, the Hyderabad Police Commissioner inaugurated the 'Job Mela' and around 1,480 unemployed youth attended the programme. While addressing the inaugural ceremony, Kumar said, "We have a very rich culture in Hyderabad. India's youth are ahead of the rest of the world in many respects. We have no shortage of knowledge and intelligence. We only need to sharpen our thinking."
"We need to change day by day, come up with new ideas. We have more features in our mind than on our mobile. 1000 miles will start with a single step. Success has no shortcut, only hard work," Kumar added.
Kumar further gave valuable advice to the youth to utilise their time wisely. He also wished success to every student who was present in the Job Mela. Earlier this year, he also inaugurated 'Exclusive Job Mela for Women' organised by the 'She Team Hyderabad city'. It was under the initiative of 'Empower her' in partnership with the TMI Foundation. This Job Mela was aimed to provide new job opportunities to over 3,000 women in over 35 companies.