Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Mr. Nara Chandrababu Naidu has asked officials to provide jobs to 50 percent beneficiaries of the skill development programs implemented by the state government. He also asked the officials to make the state number one in the implementation of union government’s PMKSY scheme in the country.
The CM said that he would hold review meetings on the issues of education and employment generation to the unemployed youth in the state for every 45 days in the upcoming days. He also made it clear to the officials that he would link all the departments with e-pragathi to review their performance on regular basis. The CM held a review meeting with officials concerned on imparting training among the unemployed youth in skill development and education sectors in state capital. Speaking on the occasion, the CM expressed his displeasure over the poor performance of the education department and said that performance of the department was very poor despite the allocation of huge amounts of funds to the education sector. He blamed the callous attitude of officials in achieving the goals set for the sector by the state government. He raised the issues of literacy levels and poor NAAC ratings in the education sector on the occasion.
He issued instructions to the officials and asked them to focus more on achieving good results in the days to come. Mr. Naidu also asked officials to set up biometric machines and CC cameras in all government offices and schools and residential hostels of the state. He further asked the officials to conduct digital classes in all government schools. The CM wanted the officials to set up an organization for the establishment of small enterprises in the state.