For administrative reasons, the venue for the mega job fair, to be held on Feb 6, is changed to Government aided Gobi arts college at Gobi instead of Muthu Mahal in the town, said collector C Kathiravan.
In a consultation meeting on job fair, he said that even a youth has over 40 acre land or many wealth of his parents, people would ask his nature of job only at first when he wants to get married.
If he has no job and was looking his family property, people would look him with impunity, he opined..
He said that
so, job is a social status. Even if one works as a peon, it is a prestigious one. But, unfortunately, not only TN but also the entire world faces unemployment problem. So, the government gives much thrust to that issue by holding this kind of job melas.
In his address, he said that due to various support of the government for school and college education, all families help their wards to get an UG or PG degree and to say more, each family has an engineer in different discipline. Their dream is that their wards should stand on their own leg by getting jobs.
Job would not come to anyone voluntarily; one should search for it. Many would sit idle in their homes blaming that none give jobs.
The local body leaders should identify such persons and bring them to the job mela on Feb 6.
By this way, they can help the economic prosperity of many families’’, he suggested. He said that in the state, the western TN, especially Kovai, Erode, Tirupur has more units so that many from southern districts came here for jobs.
Not only in textiles but also in various categories, jobs are available in the region. There is umpteen opportunity to start own units by getting due aid from banks and government, he said.