Posted on Monday, May 9, 2022
Kudumbashree is becoming part of the efforts to identify job seekers and extend needed guidance to them. Kudumbashree members would visit the 80 lakh households in the state from 8 May 2022 to15 May 2022. Kudumbashree would record the details of the job seekers between 18 and 59 years of age through more than one lakh specially trained enumerators, with the help of 'Jalakam' Mobile Application. 
Shri. M. V Govindan Master, Minister, Local Self Government Department and Excise Department, Government of Kerala inaugurated the 'My Job My Pride' Campaign being implemented associating with the Kerala Knowledge Mission aiming at making available suitable job opportunities for the human resource of the state, at IHRD College of Engineering, Chengannur, Alappuzha  on 8 May 2022. Shri. Saji Cherian, Minister for Fisheries, Culture and Youth Affairs, Government of Kerala presided over the function. 
In addition to the implementation of the survey which was started as part of the campaign, the enumerators will also help the beneficiaries to record their details in the Digital Workforce Management System (DWMS), which was developed for connecting the job seekers, employers and the skill training agencies. They will also give awareness about the Knowledge Economy Mission. 
The campaign aims at helping those who are not getting good job openings even though they have good educational qualification, women who had to take break from their jobs due to various reasons, the educated who lost their job in the crisis of covid-19 pandemic etc find suitable job sectors. Kudumbashree Community Ambassadors will coordinate the activities of the survey at the CDS level.


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My Job My Pride': Kudumbashree to guide the job seekers