The rough road is confirmed, Neelima herself wrote her own progress

Floors come to those who have life in their dreams…Nothing happens with wings…Flight happens with courage…The story of some such spirits is that of Neelima. Neelima, who lives in Arang in Raipur district, had completed her engineering studies with struggles because after her degree, her job would be confirmed. Continuing to try to find employment in many places after completing her studies, Neelima’s hopes got feathered when the Chief Minister of the state Mr. Bhupesh Baghel started e-category registration in Chhattisgarh to connect the youth of Chhattisgarh with employment and ensure their participation in development works. system implemented. Unemployed Neelima also got herself registered in the E-category registration and being a girl, despite the challenges in the road construction work, she made it easy for her progress by building a pucca road in the village. Neelima Sahu, who herself opened the doors of her progress, told that in the year 2016, B.E. After completing her degree, she was constantly looking for a job. After studying engineering, he was hopeful that somewhere he would definitely get a job. Even after having a degree, there was worry along with sadness due to no source of employment and income. Meanwhile, she kept on looking for jobs and preparing for competitive exams. Neelima informed that when Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel and Public Works Minister Tamradhwaj Sahu announced to give work to the unemployed youths of the state who have completed their graduation from 12th pass in the construction works of the Public Works Department, he too. Hoping to get work. He got his name registered in e-category registration. Eventually, Neelima got a job worth Rs 13 lakh in Rasni village and about Rs 8 lakh in Nara village under Mukhyamantri Sugam Sadak Yojna. Neelima built a road connecting the government school building to the main road. After completing her studies, the happiness of getting work and joining employment for the first time inspired Neelima to move forward, while getting into work like road construction was like a challenge for her. Engineer Neelima says that it is a matter of pride for me that I was able to give my participation in the development works around my house. I got to learn from small tasks. She told that during the road construction she used to regularly inspect the works and got the work completed within the time limit. With the construction of a pucca road, where the path of progress of Neelima has been opened, along with the school children, the villagers have also started getting the benefit of the pucca road in the form of traffic. Ayush Chandrakar, a student studying in Class V in Rasni, Usha Chandrakar, a woman from the village, including Khilesh Chandrakar, who is studying in Class III, told that earlier they had to face mud in the dust and rain. Now it has become very pleasant to travel by paved road. 4606 youth got e-registration, allotted work worth 193 crores E-registration system to provide employment opportunities to unemployed youth in construction works in the state up to 20 lakhs in block level has been started. For this, the qualification has been kept graduation in non-scheduled area and 12th pass in scheduled area. Under this scheme, so far 1636 works worth Rs 193.32 crore have been allotted by registering 4606 unemployed people in the state. Like this:Like Loading… Continue Reading