DC VISITS TWO INDUSTRIAL UNITS AT LEATHER COMPLEX, SEEKS FEEDBACK ON THEIR REQUIREMENT FOR MANPOWER

LAUDS EFFORTS OF LOCAL INDUSTRIALISTS FOR MAKING JALANDHAR MANUFACTURING HUB IN VARIOUS SEGMENTS

SOLICITS SUPPORT FOR MAKING GHAR-GHAR ROZGAAR PROGRAM A HUGE SUCCESS IN JALANDHAR

Jalandhar, September 24-(STN) In a bid to get the feedback from industry for manpower requirements, Deputy Commissioner Ghanshyam Thori on Friday visited two industrial units in the city and had deliberations with the owners on further making the Ghar Ghar Rozgar Program a massive success in the district.

The DC met the owners of Alpha hockey and KCSAD (LED light manufacturers) and solicited their active participation to benefit the unemployed youth by opening new vistas of employment for them. He also sought their suggestions and feedback to provide them skilled and educated manpower as per their desires.
 
Thori asked the industrialists to provide the data regarding the kind of skilled workers they required so that administration can work accordingly. He mentioned that the collective efforts of the administration and industrialists can eliminate unemployment from the state by generating maximum job opportunities for unemployed youth.

He said that the administration has already shaped its skill training program as per the needs of local industry; hence, feedback from respective industries holds significance in terms of ensuring availability of quality workforce to business establishments. 

Meanwhile, the DC also took round the manufacturing units in these industries where owners apprised him about the several production phases. Welcoming the Deputy Commissioner owners of Pooja Enterprise (Alpha Hockey) Jitin Mahajan and Sukhdev Raj Mahajan provided an insight into the wooden and composite hockey production including hockey sticks which were produced for the members of Olympics winner Indian Hockey team.
 
While at KCSAD led lights, the Deputy Commissioner was impressed by a fully automated manufacturing unit where company’s MD Rajiv Gupta, Director Anil Kapoor, Ankush Gupta and Sanchit Gupta introduced the working of this unit. The DC visited the various sections of the industry and appreciated the owners for setting up this automated unit in Jalandhar district.
 
Thori hailed the efforts of industrialists in making the district a manufacturing hub in the country in production of various items which Jalandhar is known for including sports goods, leather goods, hand tools, pipe fitting and many more.