NSSC Hyderabad to conduct Mega Job Mela for differently-abled on May 27

Hyderabad: National Career Service Centre for Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes is organizing a job fair for differently-abled persons( Deaf, Dumb, PH, OH, Partially VH etc.

In collaboration with the various placement agencies, NCSC is organizing this job mela at its National Skill  Training Institute  Campus, Shivam Road, Vidya Nagar on 27th May 2022. 

Over 20 companies are expected to participate in this programme to offer jobs.  All the eligible job seekers between 18 – 35 years of the above-mentioned categories with educational qualifications in any discipline can participate in this job fair. Also candidates participating must carry their resumes along with educational certificates (two set photocopies).National Career Service Centre for Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes (Formerly Coaching Cum Guidance Centre for SC/ST), Hyderabad is a subordinate office functioning under the Directorate General of Employment, Ministry of Labour & Employment. Government of India since 1980. This centre is engaged in providing career guidance, free stipendiary training and employment services to SC/ST job seekers registered in the Employment Exchanges and National Career Service portal (www.ncs.gov.in). (INN)

Upper age limit increased for two more years in police recruitment

Hyderabad: Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao has taken decision to increase the upper age limit for two more years in the recruitment of posts in State Police department.

The Chief Minister has responded positively to the request of MLC Palla Rajeshwar Reddy to enhance the age limit following the implementation of 95 per cent job quota for locals first time and the impact of Corona pandemic for the past two years.The CM instructed Chief Secretary and the State DGP to initiate measures in this direction immediately. (INN)

Job Mela at MANUU on Monday

Hyderabad: The Training and Placement Cell (TPC) of Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) is conducting a placement drive on April 18, 2022 at MANUU Training & placement Cell, CSE Building, MANUU campus from 10am to 5pm for all interested Urdu Job mela Registered candidates. The work from home option is also available for selected candidates.

According to Dr. Mohammed Yousuf Khan, Chairman, Career Counselling Centre – Urdu Job Mela and Incharge, TPC, many client companies of MNC’s are taking part in placement drive.  ITI, Diploma,  Graduate & Post Graduate candidates can participate and should bring their latest resume, copies of certificates along with them.

TS Govt will fill 80,039 vacancies, Regularise 11,103 contract employees: CM KCR

Hyderabad: Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao on Wednesday announced that the Telangana Government would take up recruitment for 80,039 vacant posts in various departments and regularise the services of 11,103 personnel. The financial implication of filling up vacancies and regularisation of contract employees will be Rs. 7,300 crores per annum.

Making a detailed statement on the floor of the Telangana Legislative Assembly today, the Chief Minister said that the process of recruitment would begin with immediate effect.

“Inadequate representation and injustice in public employment to the local candidates belonging to Telangana region was one of the issues that led to the demand for a separate State of Telangana. Government, therefore, has always been conscious of the aspirations of the local candidates of Telangana in regard to employment in Government and Government institutions,” the Chief Minister said in his statement. 

CM KCR said that though the employment potential in government in any State or Country would be limited to not more than 5% of the total employment, the fact remains that there is a certain amount of satisfaction and pride associated with the employment in government. “It is in this background that the Government of Telangana have made efforts and succeeded in obtaining a new Presidential Order for Telangana under Article 371-D of the Constitution of India which now provides for reservations in favour of local candidates in civil posts and posts under local authorities to an extent of 95% at all levels, starting from lowest cadre to posts equivalent to Deputy Collector.  The reservation in favour of local candidates belonging to Telangana under the new Presidential Order is substantially higher than the reservation that was in vogue under the old Presidential Order, both in terms of percentage of reservation and the posts covered for reservation.  The new Presidential order provides for reservation even in posts like, Deputy Collector, CTO & DSP for which there was no reservation in favour of local candidates under the old Presidential Order.  Further, the extent of reservation is now 95% for all posts as against the 60 to 80% under the old Presidential Order,” he said. 

The Chief Minister said that the local candidates of Telangana, apart from the 95% reservation in their district, zone and multi zone could also compete for the 5% open quota in any other district, zone or multi zone. This in effect would enable candidates local to Telangana to compete for all the 100% vacancies in any district, zone or multi zone, he said.

Further, the Chief Minister said that a local candidate of Telangana could compete for the district cadre posts in his local district and zonal cadre posts in the zone where the candidate’s district is located.

“The formation of the new State of Telangana, apart from division of territories, also involved division of assets and employees, not only in Government and Government institutions, but also the various commercial undertakings and other entities under the Government included in Schedules-IX and X of the Andhra Pradesh Re-Organization Act.  This exercise has taken a lot of time, as division of employees involves the Central Government and issue of orders by the Central Government under the A.P. Re-organization Act.  The entire exercise of division of employees of Government departments has been completed only in the year 2017.  Division of assets and employees in respect of Schedule-IX and X institutions is not yet completed.  Associated with this exercise are several court cases and litigation between the two States and also the various cases filed by the aggrieved employees,” he said.

CM KCR said that the Telangana Government, after formation of the new State, has embarked upon several path-breaking schemes and projects, which necessitated a change in the priorities of the Government, which in-turn also necessitated re-designing of several departments and strengthening of core departments like Irrigation, Agriculture, Police, Medical and Health, Rural Water Supply, Panchayat Raj and Education. In this process, the government has sanctioned 1,12,307 new posts in various departments in tune with the priorities set by the Government, which include 1,526 posts of Agricultural Extension Officer Grade-II, and 6,603 posts of Panchayat Secretaries.

In addition, the Chief Minister said that the Government of Telangana has inherited a large number of contract employees, which is a legacy of the united State.  Such a large number of contract employees under the Government is not a desirable phenomenon. In fact, the new Government of Telangana in the early years brought about an amendment to the provisions of The Telangana (Regulation of Appointments to Public Services and Rationalization of Staff Pattern and Pay Structure) Act, 1994 to provide for regularization of the contract employees, who were working as an 2nd June, 2014, subject to their eligibility and fulfilment of other conditions for appointment. However, midway, this process was held up on account of the Court litigation and an interim order passed by the High Court. The High Court has recently dismissed the related writ petitions by its order dated 7.12.2021. There are 11,103 contract personnel working against the sanctioned posts and the Government has decided to regularize the services of all such contract personnel who are eligible for regularization.

“Notwithstanding the above scenario and challenges, the Government has notified 1,56,254 posts for recruitment after the formation of Telangana, out of which 1,33,942 posts have been filled up. The remaining 22,312 posts are under the recruitment process,” he said.

The direct recruitment to certain categories of posts, which were categorized as Group-I, Group-II, Group-III and Group-IV and several other posts in several departments was held up mainly on account of the amendments awaited to the Presidential Order, 2018. This is to ensure the benefit of 95% reservation in favour of local candidates in direct recruitment in 33 districts, seven Zonal and two Multi Zonal cadres.

Soon after the amendments were received and approved by the Central Government in June, 2021, the organization of new local cadres as per the new Presidential Order, 2018 was completed in August, 2021. After consultation with various employees’ associations, the allotment of the existing employees among the new local cadres, was taken up and completed during December, 2021. With this, the number of direct recruitment vacancies in each of the new local cadres viz., District, Zonal and Multi Zonal is now known, for the purpose of notifying vacancies and direct recruitment, the Chief Minister said.

“After several rounds of detailed review at the level of Chief Minister, concerned Ministers, Chief Secretary and Secretaries, a comprehensive enumeration of all the sanctioned posts, working strength and direct recruitment vacancies in all the departments has been taken up and completed. Simultaneously, the Government, after considering the requirement in the newly formed Districts, Municipalities and Gram Panchayats, have decided to sanction 6,211 new posts. In addition, Government also proposes to fill up 2,020 teaching posts and 2,774 non-teaching posts in the universities. The total number of Direct Recruitment vacancies thus arrived at is 91,142. After regularization of 11,103 contractual personnel working against these vacancies, the net posts available for direct recruitment will be 80,039,” the Chief Minister said.

CM KCR said that the government has accordingly decided to take up recruitment for 80,039 posts. The financial implication of filling up of 80,039 vacancies and regularization of 11,103 contractual personnel would be Rs. 7,300 crores per annum to begin with.

“Keeping in view the aspirations of the unemployed youth, the State Government has also decided to relax the upper age limit for direct recruitment, to enable more unemployed become eligible to compete in the proposed recruitment, by ten years, except for uniformed services like police. With this, the upper age limit will be 44 years for O.C, 49 years for SC, ST, BC, 54 years for Physically handicapped, and 47 years for ex-Servicemen,” he said.

Further, the State Government, as a policy, has decided that henceforth there will not be any more contractual appointments.

CM KCR informed that the government has also decided that henceforth the Government would determine in advance and notify the direct recruitment vacancies that would be filled every year. Accordingly, strict instructions have been issued by the Chief Secretary to all the Secretaries and HoDs to regularly update the vacancy position in their respective departments. Then a recruitment calendar will be announced annually. Accordingly, all the departments will immediately give indents to the concerned recruiting agencies for issue of notifications. The notifications will be issued with suitable gaps to facilitate aspiring candidates to compete in various examinations.

The Group Wise vacancies to be filled are: Group I – 503; Group II – 582; Group III – 1,373 and Group IV –  9,168. The Local Cadre wise vacancies include District – 39,829; Zonal – 18,866; Multi Zonal – 13,170 and Other Categories and Universities – 8,174.

The Local District Cadre Wise Vacancies are as follows: Hyderabad – 5,268; Nizamabad – 1,976; Medchal-Malkajgiri – 1,769; Ranga Reddy – 1,561; Karimnagar – 1,465; Nalgonda – 1,398; Kamareddy – 1,340; Khammam – 1,340; Bhadradri Kothagudem – 1,316; Nagarkurnool – 1,257; Sanga Reddy – 1,243; Mahabubnagar – 1,213; Adilabad – 1,193; Siddipet – 1,178; Mahabubabad – 1,172; Hanumakonda – 1,157; Medak – 1,149; Jagityal – 1,063; Mancherial – 1,025; Yadadri Bhuvanagiri – 1,010; Jayashankar Bhupalpally – 918; Nirmal – 876; Warangal – 842; Komaram Bheem Asifabad – 825; Peddapalli – 800; Jangaon – 760; Narayanpet – 741; Vikarabad – 738; Suryapet – 719; Mulugu – 696; Jogulamba Gadwal – 662; Rajanna Sircilla – 601 and Wanaparthy – 556.

The department-wise vacancies to be filled are Home – 18,334; Secondary Education – 13,086; Health, Medical & Family Welfare – 12,755; Higher Education – 7,878; Backward Classes Welfare  – 4,311; Revenue Department – 3,560; Scheduled Castes Development Dept – 2,879; Irrigation & Command Area Development – 2,692; Tribal Welfare – 2,399; Minorities Welfare – 1,825; Environment, Forest, Science & Technology – 1,598; Panchayat Raj and Rural Development – 1,455; Labour and Employment – 1,221; Finance – 1,146; Women, Children, Disabled and Senior Citizens – 895; Municipal Administration and Urban Development – 859; Agriculture and Cooperation – 801; Transport, Roads and Buildings Department – 563; Law – 386; Animal Husbandry & Fisheries – 353; General Administration – 343; Industries And Commerce – 233; Youth Advancement, Tourism and Culture – 184; Planning – 136; Food & Civil Supplies – 106; Legislature – 25 and Energy – 16. (INN)

NCSC Hyderabad to conduct Job Mela on March 10

Hyderabad: The National Career Service Centre for Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes is organizing a job fair as a part of the celebration of the ICONIC week under “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav”.

In collaboration with the various placement agencies, NCSC is organizing this job mela at its National Skill  Training Institute  Campus, Shivam Road, Vidya Nagar on 10th  March.  Over 20 companies are expected to participate in this programme to offer more than 1500 jobs.  All the employees and job seekers of all categories with educational qualifications in any discipline can participate in this job fair. Companies like Software (IT), Apollo Med Skills Pvt. Ltd., Amazon, Walmart, VSS, MedPlus, banking and Insurance sectors etc will be conducting interviews at this Job Fair. Also, candidates participating must carry their resume along with educational certificates (two set photocopies).

For details contact Shri Bhookya Kasim, Sub-Regional Employment Officer on 040-27408555, 7905988309 and email: k.bhookya@gov.in.  For more details, candidates may also check the www.ncs.gov.in  portal or register through the link https://www.ncs.gov.in/_layouts/15/ncsp/calendar.aspx?CampaignId=CMP-09748-Q5Y3Q1 .National Career Service Centre for Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes (Formerly Coaching Cum Guidance Centre for SC/ST), Hyderabad is a subordinate office functioning under the Directorate General of Employment, Ministry of Labour & Employment. Government of India since 1980. This centre is engaged in providing career guidance, free stipendiary training and employment services to SC/ST job seekers registered in the Employment Exchanges and National Career Service portal (www.ncs.gov.in). (INN)

Offline interviews for MANUU students & Urdu Job Mela registered candidates on March 3

Hyderabad: The Training and Placement Cell of Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) is now facilitating offline interviews for MANUU students and Urdu Job Mela registered candidates on March 03, 2022 for MBA, ITI Diploma and B.Tech students apart from ongoing online interviews being conducted since February 04.

According to Dr. Mohammed Yousuf Khan, Incharge, Training and Placement Cell, the registered companies & organizations have now started conducting offline interviews also. In this connection Enable careers are going to organize offline (Physical) interviews for MANUU students and Urdu Job Mela registered candidates for Shriram Life Insurance, Hyderabad for MBA candidates and Unistring Technical Solutions, Hyderabad for ITI, Diploma & B.Tech students on 3rd March, 2022 at Training and Placement Cell, MANUU at 9:00AM.

The first Telangana Urdu Job Mela which was inaugurated in online mode from February 04, 2022 by MANUU will continue for the month of March, 2022 both in online and offline modes. For details contact mobile no. 9848171044.

Online Urdu Job Mela and Counseling Center inaugurated at MANUU

Hyderabad: Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) today launched first of it’s kind Urdu Job Mela in the country in online mode. Prof. Syed Ainul Hasan, Vice Chancellor while inaugurating the Mela announced that Urdu University will try it’s best to facilitate placements of it’s passed out students. MANUU has also established Career Counselling Centre (CCC) to help the University student’s and other candidates with Urdu background in obtaining suitable jobs or starting a self employment.

More than 2500 candidates registered for the job mela from all over the country will be interviewed by 50 plus companies online during one month. Prof. Hasan declared it as a continuous process. He appreciated all the organizers of the event who put their best efforts to make the mela a huge success. He also expressed his best wishes for the registered candidates.

The Vice-Chancellor pointed out that this mela was supposed to be held physically on 6th January, 2022 but University didn’t want to take risk in view of Covid precautions announced by the Telangana Government.

Prof S M Rahmatullah, Pro Vice Chancellor described the Mela and establishment of Counselling Centre as historic in the annals of MANUU.

Prof. SK. Ishtiaque Ahmed, Registrar, Prof. Shakeel Ahmed, Prof. Saneem Fatima, Prof. Abdul Wahid, Prof. Mohammed Fariyad, Dr. Syed Imtiyaz Hassan, Dr. Mutyala Rao, Dr. Reshma Nikhat and Members of Career Counselling Committee – Dr. Wali ur Rahman, Mr. Mohammed Khasim attended the inaugural.

Dr. Mohammed Yousuf Khan, coordinator Job Mela & Training and Placement Cell I/c, welcomed the gathering & briefed about the details of this exercise.

Dr. Syed Asghar Mahmood, Member Job Mela spoke about the aims & objectives of the Caree & Counselling Centre. More than 150 companies will be in line, he revealed.

Dr. Syed Salahuddin, Deputy Training Officer & CCC Member proposed vote of thanks and Mr. Ashraf Nawaz, Asst. Training & Placement Officer & Asst. Professor (E&T) convened the programme.

New candidates for job mela can register at the link https://forms.gle/ESxrYn2hJytrfpyo6. For any clarification email to ccc.manuu22@gmail.com.

Online Urdu Job Mela starts today at MANUU

Hyderabad: Prof. Syed Ainul Hasan Vice Chancellor, Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) will launch the Career Counselling Centre at Training & Placement Cell of MANUU on the occasion of the inaugural of the online Urdu Job Mela scheduled to be held on 4th February at 11.00 AM.

The job mela is being organized by the Career Counselling Committee, MANUU.

According to Dr. Mohammed Yousuf Khan, Incharge, Training and Placement Cell, all registered candidates of the Job Mela can attend online inaugural function and get information of online interview process at the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=47WxfSsgDvk.

The online interviews will commence after the inaugural function. (INN)

Online Urdu Job Mela from February 4 at MANUU

Hyderabad: The first Telangana Urdu Job Mela will now be conducted in online mode from February 04, 2022, 11.00 AM onwards by Maulana Azad National Urdu University. The job mela which was supposed to be held on January 06, 2022, on the University campus was postponed in view of precautionary measures announced by the Government of Telangana to control the spread of Covid 19. 

According to Dr. Mohammed Yousuf Khan, Incharge, Training and Placement Cell, all those who have registered for the Job Mela are hereby informed to be available online for their interviews pertaining to their recruitment by the various companies.

The registered candidates must submit the filled-in proforma and undertakings to the email jobmelaurdumanuusetwin@gmail.com on or before 3rd February 2022. The proforma and undertaking will be sent to the registered candidates through email.The Job Mela is being organized jointly by Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU), Telangana State Urdu Academy, Setwin Security & Man Power Services and TS Hyderabad Weaker Section Development and Weaker Society. (INN)

Job fair for ODL students at MANUU

Hyderabad: Online registration date to enroll for attending the job fair scheduled to be held at Maulana
Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) is October 8.

MANUU’s distance mode students who have not yet enrolled for the job fair can register themselves online through a link https://tinyurl.com/jobfairdde.

Training and placement Cell in coordination with Directorate of Distance Education (DDE) of Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) is organizing a job fair for the students of Open Distance Learning (ODL) Program on October 10. The placement drive will start from 9.30 nam onwards at CSE Academy Building, MANUU Campus.

According to Dr. Mohd. Yousuf Khan, Incharge, Training & Placement, the passouts of any distance programme of the University and students pursuing final year Under Graduate/Post Graduate/Diploma/Certificate programme of DDE, MANUU are eligible to attend the interview.

The link is available on University website www.manuu.ac.in. Students should bring their updated resume and two passport size photographs at the time of Interview. For details contact 9848171044 & 9985916740.