Community Awareness Report of -2015 Community Awareness Report of -2016

There are several basic methods of looking for work. The more methods you use, the greater your chances of getting employment
Word of mouth is still the most common method of getting a job
Direct Contact:
Call or write to employers you have an interest in.
Job Postings:
In newspapers, magazine classified ads, bulletin boards, government-funded employment Centres and the Internet.
Employment Agencies:
They may charge a fee for their services or deduct a percentage of your pay.
College Placement Office/Guidance Department:
Many colleges have a job finding service that is available to anyone – not just students.
Trade Associations and Service Clubs:
Including trade shows, job fairs, chambers of commerce, business associations.
The Phone Book:
Yellow Pages can be especially helpful for those who have moved to a new location, or for those who are unfamiliar with the companies and services in their area.
Volunteer work can sometimes lead to paid employment.
Recent News & Events
  • 1. 597 nodal teachers were trained in Life skills & SRH education program in 2014.
  • 2. Consultation meeting with commissioner-cum-Project director ,OPEPA , Odisha for rolling out the intervensions in all KGBVs of Odisha .
  • 3. 90 peer educators organized Community Awareness Program on Life skills & SRH during summer vacation (May and June) 2014.
  • 4. Consultation meeting with commissioner-cum-secretary ,SC and ST development department for upscaling the intervention in 30 districts of Odisha.
  • 5. Organised training for 41 newly inducted District Resource persons on LSE & ARSH .
  • 6. Organised training for 55 newly inducted KISS teachers on LSE & ARSH .
  • 7. Organised Capacity building training on life skills based SRH education for 66 teacher educators under DIET at Puri from 3rd to 5th Sept'14.
  • 8. Organised Training program on Life Skills based SRH education for 30 Gender Coordinators under OPEPA at Puri from 2nd to 4th Sept'14 .
Recent Visitors
  • Visit of Dr. Mark Derueuw, the Deputy Country Representative, UNFPA India.
  • Visit of Mrs. Aparajita Sarangi, Commissioner cum Secretary, School & Mass Education Department, Government of Odisha.
  • Visit of Shri Vilasrao Deshmukh, Hon'ble Union Minister of Science & technology and Earth Sciences, Government of India.
  • Visit Of Dr. Dinesh Agarwal UNFPA, New Delhi.
  • Mr. Anders Thomsen, Deputy Representative India, UNFPA visited and witnessed the Nodal Teachers Training Programme.
  • Mr. S.K. Popli, Director, SSD Department, Govt. of Odisha will visited and witnessed the Nodal Teachers Training Programme.
  • Visit of Ms. Frederika Meijer, Representative, UNFPA, India