More than 50,000 youth from the villages in India have a reason to smile after the ravaging effects of coronavirus. The indian government through an initiated Back to the village(B2V) is planning to provide financial aid to them to be self dependent.
According to Zee TV report, Governor Manoj Sinha during his visit to various villages emphasized the need for financial support saying it was a great idea to make the youth job providers and not seekers. This will directly boost the economy of the small villages.In previous years, two males and two females from each village were to be supported financially to be entrepreneurs. With that more than 19,000 youth were helped, 50,000 youth are now targeted as per the governor.
Besides that, more than 18,000 vacancies across various departments have been advertised. With the government has promised more than 25,000 job creation in the public sector, the governor said indeed they were about to meet the target.
The due tendering process will also be followed to the latter, this is a shield to the youth who most will invest in the tenders the aid given by the government.
Source: Opera News