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AP to set up panels for job scene monitoring

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Twelve sectors will be identified for employment generation.

Hyderabad , Dec. 3

THE State Government will set up a State-level employment commission and employment missions in each district to focus on employment generation involving potential employers, including industrialists and corporate bodies.

The Chief Minister, Dr. Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy, announced this while addressing the conference of District Collectors on the second day of the two-day conference here on Friday.

The District Collectors suggested that emphasis should be laid on identifying job opportunities for the people in the rural areas in public, private, informal, farm, and non-farm and service sectors.

A total of 12 sectors will be identified for employment generation. The departments concerned with these sectors will co-ordinate with the Youth Services Department in this regard.

The Chief Minister said group discussions were held during the conference to discuss issues pertaining to law and order, employment generation, women and the Rajiv Palle Bata programme.

The collectors came up with several recommendations to improve the situation in all four aspects. The Government will look into these recommendations.

With regard to law and order, it was suggested that the presence of Government should be felt in villages. Village officials, teachers and doctors as well as mandal officials should stay in the villages and mandal headquarters. Tribal and remote areas should be developed. Surrendered extremists should be rehabilitated.

Establishment of a special legal cell in each district and regularisation of lands occupied by the landless poor were among the suggestions made to resolve land disputes.

The collectors sought sufficient budgetary allocation for the Rajiv Palle Bata programme and wanted a cell to be set up for this. They also wanted the programme to be taken up at least once in six months in each district.

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