The Hyderabad Pharma City project has seen many families in their villages give up their land for the commencement and completion of this project. In return for the contribution of these families, the State Government has decided to start up a unique course to educate the youth of these families for free of cost and provide one job per family.
This special training will boost employment opportunities. The course is initiated by the Telangana Academy for Skill and Knowledge(TASK) in association with Life Science Sector Skill Development Council (LSSDC). A 45-day training for 120 young men and women was inaugurated by the Principal Secretary of the Industries & Commerce (I&C) and Information Technology (IT) Jayesh Ranjan. The pilot training program will focus on all aspects of classroom training, practical training, and job training and will feature special conferences and seminars by eminent people.
The training plan for the next 45 days will cover various courses like production operator, lab technician, manufacturing assistant, packaging assistant, stores coordinator, maintenance supervisor, HVAC coordinator, fitter mechanical, quality chemist, quality assurance, and quality control executives.
The candidates will be briefly trained on the usage of lab-manufactured equipment of all kinds, and on completion of their training, they will be certified along with a job opportunity. The Hyderabad Pharma City project is the state's plan to make the city the epicenter of medical health in the country, along with enhancing the best and affordable medicines being manufactured