ESSCI Joins Hands with MyMobiForce to Promote Micro-Entrepreneurship in the Country
New Delhi: With the vision of making youth self-reliant in the field of electronics, the Electronics Sector Skills Council of India (ESSCI) has joined hands with MyMobiForce to promote Micro Entrepreneurship in the country. ESSCI’s collaboration with MyMobiForce is to make trained youth self-reliant under On-Demand model, instead of full-time jobs. Under this agreement, ESSCI has set a target of creating more than one lakh micro entrepreneurs across the country.
MyMobiForce is India’s leading Artificial Intelligence based Crowdsourcing platform, which connects businesses with on-demand workforce to accomplish their work. ESSCI has joined hands with MyMobiForce to adopt and work on the same model. Mr. Dheeraj Khatter and Mr. Himanshu Kumar, Co-founders of MyMobiForce have expressed their happiness over the partnership, hoping that the youth will get a chance to work with big brands. MyMobiForce has major brands in Telecom, Networking and Whitewoods.
Mr. N.K. Mohapatra, CEO, ESSCI said that MyMobiForce has more than 25 thousand people engaged in Pan India to deliver on-demand Field Technical services across the country. ESSCI is training youth in various job roles across the country. I really hope that this collaboration will definitely provide quality services throughout the country and create a new chain of self-reliant youth. The youth will get employment opportunities at the local level. Through this agreement, a target has been set to create more than one lakh micro entrepreneurs across the country.
He said that this agreement will give the youth a chance to work from the village level to the big city. Instead of jobs, the youth will be given a chance to start their own business and work as a freelance by improving their skills. The objective of joining hands with crowdsourcing companies is to introduce youth to new opportunities across the country. If needed, financial assistance can also be provided with the help of private companies and government.
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