Oman-based firm’s CEO to recruit MP youths

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 04 Jan 2018 11:25:19


 

Staff Reporter,

FOUNDER and CEO, WE Network, LLC Sultanate of Oman, Yogendra Katiyar said that he will provide jobs in Oman to students of ITI and Polytechnic college of Madhya Pradesh by imparting training. Plan is to provide jobs to 5,000 youths every year. They will receive Rs 60,000 per month and other facilities. He will bear expenditure of residential training.


Rs 10 crore will be spent on it. Discussions were held between senior officials of Madhya Pradesh and entrepreneurs of State who are living abroad in Friends of MP Conclave, Indore. Entrepreneurs expressed desire to invest in various sectors in State. The officials provided information about departmental schemes and priorities of Government in detail.


Chief Secretary Basant Pratap Singh met guests and informed about flagship schemes. He said that immediate action will be taken on each investment proposal received by State.


Detailed discussion was held on prospective investment related to Horticulture, Technical Education, Higher Education, Industry, Tourism, Urban Development, Micro-Small and Medium Enterprises and Animal Husbandry in the conclave. Guests took interest and assured that they will submit proposal soon. Principal Secretary, Industries, Mohammed Suleman informed about various schemes of industry department. He said that prompt and positive action will be taken on every proposal for setting up industry. Principal Secretary Tourism, Hariranjan Rao met guests from Dubai, Canada, Oman and America and discussed prospective investing in tourism sector. Guests expressed desires to invest in hotel and different activities of tourism. Rao said every possible support will be extended on the proposal.


Principal Secretary to Chief Minister and Commissioner, Urban Development and Housing, Vivek Agrawal discussed regarding bike sharing in Indore and affordable housing with latest technology in Bhopal and Indore. Rajrishi Sahay and Jagdish Sevani and other guests participated in the discussion.


America’s company, American Hospitality, MD Sanhita Agnihotri talked about providing jobs in America and Rishi Mehta of GM Global Communities to open incubation centre in Indore and Bhopal in discussion with director, technical education, Virendra Kumar. Principal Secretary to Chief Minister and Horticulture Ashok Varnawal and Commissioner, Horticultural, Satyanand discussed investment in horticulture with guests. Rajendra Tiwari of Netherlands and Akshay Jain, who came from Dubai, expressed desire in marketing of dry fruits and vegetables abroad.


Principal Secretary, MSME, V L Kanta Rao talked with various guests including Dr Bharat Kulkarni of Indo Global SME Chamber and Siddharth Aldasani, who came from China and other guests. Guests informed that they supplied machines related with different industries to some countries of Africa. Kantarao assured to collect information by sending a delegation. Aldasani expressed desire to invest in Pharma sector in Madhya Pradesh.


Principal Secretary, Animal Husbandry, Ajit Kesari, talked with Hilary Garivaltis of Boston, USA, and Director of National Ayurvedic Medical Association, on marketing cow products abroad. Discussion was also held on research on Indian cow progeny and make them more useful. Principal Secretary to Chief Minister and public relations, S K Mishra also participated in the discussion.


Guests gave proposal to make higher education better in Madhya Pradesh to commissioner, higher education, Neeraj Mandaloi. Rishi Mehta, Lalit Garg and Yash Garg and other guests gave important suggestions. They discussed start-up promotion and job creation.
MD of AKVN Ujjain, Shri Basant Kurre briefed about the facilities given to industries. He talked about mentoring of incubation centres in Indore and Ujjain with the guests.