Oct 14
Elevating Employability
Elevating Employability
L&T Metro Rail [Hyderabad] Limited (L&TMRHL) has inked an MoU with the the Telangana Academy for Skill and Knowledge (TASK) to develop and improve job opportunities for technically qualified eligible candidates from Telangana.
Mr Shrikant Sinha (CEO - TASK) and Mr KVB Reddy (MD & CEO - L&TMRHL) exchanged the MoU in the presence of the state’s Industries & Commerce Minister Mr KT Rama Rao on 20 July.
Dr Jayesh Ranjan (Principal Secretary - IT, E&C, I&C, Telangana), former cricketer Mr Krishnamachari Srikkanth, Mr NVS Reddy (MD - Hyderabad Metro Rail Ltd), and other officials from the government, the Hyderabad Metro and Keolis Hyderabad were present.
Under the MoU, TASK will help in skill development and build a talent pool for L&TMRHL and its O&M partner Keolis Hyderabad Mass Rapid Transit System Private Ltd. This will be in addition to the regular training and recruitment process of L&TMRHL and Keolis Hyderabad.
Expounding on the development, Mr KVB Reddy said that it will be a win-win proposition towards skilling, employment generation, garnering the right talent and providing the best opportunities for those exploring career prospects in Hyderabad Metro, including the high-growth metro rail sector.
Complementing this, Mr Sinha said: “We are extremely delighted to partner with L&TMRHL to implement this ‘First Day First Hour’ skilling model which will help enhance the technical abilities of the youth to become part of the prestigious metro project. We would like to thank the managements of L&TMRHL, HMRL and Keolis for accepting our proposal in the interest of the youth of Telangana.”
A delighted Mr NVS Reddy added that the Telangana government is always committed to providing opportunities for employment while upskilling the state’s youth.
“L&TMRHL’s MoU with TASK is an important milestone in Hyderabad Metro’s journey as an industry leader in fostering capability enhancement of youth, generating a road map for their career trajectory and boosting employment in Telangana,” he said.


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