Jalandhar, January 11
In his drive to take feedback on the manpower required in their units, Deputy Commissioner Ghanshyam Thori on Monday visited the renowned JMP Industries situated at Focal Point. The DC was welcomed by Jalandhar Autoparts Manufacturing Association led by chairman Balram Kapoor, president Sanjiv Juneja, general secretary Tushar Jain, cashier Manish Kwatra, and other members.
The DC had a detailed discussion with the industry giant and got their feedback on manpower requirements to shape skill development programmes accordingly. Thori further solicited support from the autopart industry by placing maximum numbers of local youth in their industries. He asked chairman Balram Kapoor, who is also the managing director of JMP Industries, to share the auto parts industry’s manpower requirement information with the district administration, which would help in arranging manpower.
Thori sought industry’s active participation in pro-people schemes of the government. He categorically mentioned that the district administration is ready to serve as a bridge between the unemployed youth and the industry by seeking their requirements. He said the collective efforts of the administration and industrialists could help in ensuring jobs for unemployed youth, therefore, eliminating unemployment in the state.
He said the data on industrial requirements would enable the administration to draft a long-term strategy by redefining its priorities for skill training as per the job requirements in the industrial sector.
The chairman also apprised the DC about the legacy of the industry and how it was catering to the whole country. He mentioned that the auto parts of heavy vehicles were also being manufactured and exported by the local manufacturers. — TNS
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