Karnataka is one of the top states of India in Information Technology field. Many people from other parts of the country migrate here for good employment opportunity. And every year many students are graduated from top colleges of Karnataka state and get placed in corporate companies. Candidates not only get employed in private sectors, but also get Govt jobs in Karnataka.
Every year, government sectors call out for job vacancies and eligible candidates are placed in Govt jobs in Karnataka after a regular written exam, personal interview. Public sector banks continuously call for vacancies in all categories like from assistant to an officer.
Recently Karnataka 6th Pay Commission announced 30% salary hike for state government employees. This announcement benefits 5.2 lakh state government employees with 5.73 lakh government pensioners.The pay revision and pension come into effect from 1st July 2017 with benefits paid from 1st April 2018 as per the statement issued by the Chief Minister’s Office.
A year back an unemployed youth launched an app to help the unemployed graduates.SarovarBenkikere an engineering graduation with distinction from the topmost college in the city who was unable to find the job since his poor family was living in a village. Muthuraj, an MA Political Science graduate was also searching for a job and also Swati with a Ph.D in Immunology from Germany struggled to find a job in Bangalore as she was overqualified.
They grouped together under the Karnataka for Employment(KFE) banner and launched a campaign called “Vote for employment” and “My Job” a mobile application.
This application updates users on self-employment schemes, scholarships, and provides support to entrepreneurs besides from providing job information. The available on Android OS and over 2000 app download happened in two days said Mr.Benikikere. Two students of PES College of Engineering designed the app.
Benikikere revealed that there has been a problem in the government’s employment policy and KFE is a substitute for employment for both State and Central Governments.
Both the government talked about generating lakhs of Govt jobs in Karnatakaeach year. But Benikikere protested the government about asking the job and unemployment. The campaign is a platform to bring all youth of the state to inform the government that if they are unable to give us jobs, the politician should not expect votes.
The young group planned to hold a youth conference “Youth Assembly on Employment” in Bengaluru. Mr. Muthuraj informed that with experts help, they would prepare a manifesto suggesting the areas where over 50 lakh jobs could be created in the coming five years.
One side there is a protest running around the Karnataka government, and another side the government of Karnataka has been recruiting the eligible candidates for eligible posts. The exam preparing aspirants shall not lose hope by all such issues. If you really focus to get Government jobs in Karnataka, then do preparation for the same without any mull. Focused preparation, a courageous attempt will ever give victory. So keep doing your work.