Tata Recruits around 1900 Tribal Girls: A Big Move with Union Tribal Affairs Ministry!!!

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Tata Recruits around 1900 Tribal Girls - A Big Move with Union Tribal Affairs Ministry!!!
Tata Recruits around 1900 Tribal Girls - A Big Move with Union Tribal Affairs Ministry!!!

Tata Recruits around 1900 Tribal Girls: A Big Move with Union Tribal Affairs Ministry.During a recent hiring drive organised by Tata Electronics Limited in conjunction with the union ministry for tribal affairs, approximately 1,900 tribal women from Jharkhand were given job offers at the company’s plant in Tamil Nadu. On Tuesday, 820 of them boarded a train from Hatia railway station bound for Hosur in Tamil Nadu, which was flagged off by union tribal affairs minister ArjunMunda.

The Jharkhand girls who left on Tuesday were hired as entry-level operators at the Tata Electronics Private Limited greenfield plant in Tamil Nadu’s Krishnagiri district. They are from the four tribally predominate Jharkhand districts of Khunti, Simdega, West Singhbhum (Chiabasa), and Saraikela-Kharsawan.After a 12-day intensive training programme at the plant, the chosen individuals would begin their new jobs, according to corporate executives.

According to officials, on September 18–19, 2022, recruitment drives were held in Khunti, Saraikela, Chaibasa, and Simdega. The chosen girls, who must be between the ages of 18 and 20, and who must have completed intermediate (10+2) as a minimum requirement, will receive a salary of Rs.15,000 for a year, along with other employee benefits as required by law, in addition to having the opportunity to pursue their graduate degrees, according to officials.The salary would be withheld in a little amount for transportation, lodging, and meals.

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The LokSabha member for Khunti, Munda, addressed the chosen candidates at Hatia Railway Station and exhorted the young women to serve as torchbearers for other girls in the outlying parts of the tribally predominate districts.

“You might come from isolated villages where there is little exposure. But keep in mind that you are a part of a region where problems are common. Being able to adjust to a new environment shouldn’t worry you. I’ll be there to visit you with my son. You will receive training today. You would eventually be instructing other boys and girls.You’re heading to the manufacturing facility today. We are working to create such a unit in our state,” Munda said.

“My parents are fully behind me in my endeavour, and I am quite excited about it. Before boarding the train, NishaBaraik, a native of Tukupani in Simdega district, says, “The best thing is that I will get the chance to continue with my schooling as well as an opportunity to form my professional future and become self-reliant.

Among her six siblings, Baraik is the third-oldest. Her parents, three younger sisters, two older brothers, and two older sisters all rely on agriculture for a living. To help the family’s income, her elder brother also operates an auto rickshaw.

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