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


HOW TO FIND A JOB?
There are several basic methods of looking for work. The more methods you use, the greater your chances of getting employment
Networking:
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:
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