To tackle unemployment, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday said the government has identified Chandni Chowk and Majnu Ka Tila to develop into food hubs in the initial phase of the project. “Today, the problem of unemployment is very serious. There are unemployed people in Delhi as well. In the last few years we have provided jobs to 12-13 thousand young people and in the next 5 years we put The goal is 20,000 jobs. CM Kejriwal said.
Speaking about food hubs, Delhi CM said, “We have decided to create jobs in the next 5 years. Hence, Delhi, known as the food capital of India, will have food hubs. improved products. Delhi has various markets for Tibetan and Punjabi food. We will improve their physical infrastructure, roads, electricity, sanitation.”
“We will improve the food safety standards at these food centers, will make sure they follow all the hygiene guidelines. In Phase I, we will redo two centers. Majnu -ka-Tila and Chandni Chowk will be remade first,” he added.
The government will hold a design competition to choose an architectural firm for the food center project.
“A design competition will be held where the country’s best architecture firms will be called upon to present their designs. We will strive to perfect a design within 12 weeks. and give them the job.In the next phase, all the other food centers will say Kejriwal.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday announced a “free” English speaking program for young people with the aim of improving their communication skills and helping to improve their job prospects.
Those in the age group of 18 and 35 can join the program with a deposit of Rs 950. This amount will be refunded upon successful completion of the course.
“We are announcing a Spoken English program for teenagers who lack communication skills. Our Delhi Skilled Business College will conduct this course. Students who have completed their education. up to standard 12 and have poor communication skills can choose to take this course, says people who are Kejriwal.
“This will help develop one’s personality and improve students’ job prospects,” added Delhi CM.
The minister said the training will be provided to nearly 10,000 students in Phase 1 of the program and will be expanded thereafter.
“In Phase 1, we will provide training to about 10,000 students for a year at 50 centers across Delhi. After that, it will be expanded. Youth between 18-35 years old can apply. study for this 3-4 months- long-term course,” he said.
Kejriwal added: “Time will be flexible.