Trust Airoli MLA Sandeep Naik to strike a chord with the youth each time he has an opportunity to converse with them. It was witnessed yet once again, when the youth MLA addressed youth at Jeevandhara’s 6th Job Fair held in Navi Mumbai. Without politicizing the issue of unemployment or playing blame games with the ruling party, MLA Sandeep Naik chose to keep his speech relevant to what the youth of the nation must know when they knock doors to get hired.
Airoli MLA Sandeep Naik said that unemployment is one of the biggest challenge that the nation faces. But instead of criticizing others or passing comments, the need of the hour is to do something about it as a community and society that can benefit the common man. He said this is what all party workers have always learnt from former Minister Ganesh Naik.
The MLA informed that crowd that had assembled for the inaugural ceremony that nearly 500 companies have enrolled for the fair. From IT, pharmaceutical, hospital, to manufacturing : many companies were awaiting to meet the youth at the fair. He voiced confidence that not all, but many would get jobs on merit. And those who don’t get a chance for getting hired at the fair will definitely get a second call from the employers. He advised youth who would still not get jobs to stay connected with Jeevandhara committee for employment so that they can both work throughout the year until they are employed.
The MLA advised youth to specialize in skills that are needed in the employment market. He asked them to go after experience, which along with your perseverance will compel companies to hunt for them instead of them hunting for employers.
Anyone who is working in the current job market knows how crucial it is to keep one updated with the latest advancements in each industry. To keep a tab on the knowledge explosion the world is witnessing, MLA Sandeep Naik advised youth to keep doing relevant courses to better their skills.
The MLA appealed to the Mayor to organize an event to empower PAPs and women to get jobs and more so to make them self employed.
Once again it was a refreshing change to see a political leader speak to the youth on issues and render advice that would benefit the unemployed, instead of politicizing the issue or playing blame game for credit.