MANGALORE: To empower unemployed physically challenged youth and those in rural areas, a Bangalore-based software company is setting up Shachi Technologies, a rural BPO, at Surathkal, 16 km from here.
The company, which will start functioning from August, will provide 50 jobs exclusively for needy rural youths and physically challenged. A pass in SSLC exams is the minimum qualification required to get a job in the company. Five techies will give two months' training on computers and various skill developments for selected candidates. Post-training, the candidates will work in non-voice process as data-processing executives during day shifts for a salary of Rs 6,000 with benefits like Employees State Insurance Scheme of India (ESI) and Provident Fund (PF). Read more
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