Unemployed youth appeal government
Srinagar, Sep 9: The unemployed youth already registered with different district employment and counseling centers have appealed to the government to change the rule of re-registration.
“We have to furnish the same information which we did last year,” they told Greater Kashmir adding the re-registration of candidates should be do away with immediately.
The youth said that it takes them long time to obtain income certificate as the deadline to submit the form was fixed on September 30.
The Sher-e-Kashmir Employment and Welfare Scheme launched by the government to provide financial assistance under Voluntary Allowance Scheme to the educated unemployed youth of Kashmir had made it mandatory for them to register in district employment exchanges. According to rules the youth have to register every year.
Appealing the government to look in to the matter, they said it unnecessarily caused inconvenience to them.
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