Samsung India has announced a new plan to create many jobs in the Indian bazaar. It states as DOST, which is explain to a digital and offline service education. This is a Digital and Offline Service Training and is also known as a friend in Hindi word. The state’s unemployment rate is rising due to covid lockdown-related restrictions. This would probably be helpful for the unemployed.
Samsung says that DOST creates about 50,000 new jobs a year. Anyone who has attended HSC (equivalent to Indian High School) can participate in the Samsung Dosti program.
Mr. Ken Kang, President & CEO, Samsung Southwest Asia said: “Samsung has been India’s committed partner over the last 25 years, and has contributed to people and communities across India through its citizenship programs. The Samsung DOST program is aligned to the Government of India’s Skill India initiative and is an embodiment of our vision of #PoweringDigitalIndia that seeks to empower the next generation of young India. With this new program, we aim to close the skills and employability gap among youth in the country, helping them find jobs in the fast growing electronics retail sector.”
Samsung aims to create great jobs in India
The exact qualification criteria have not yet been analyzed, but we will receive more information in the upcoming week. It looks as if many people have already registered for the program through India. Hurry you may try too, in case of greater need of money.
Lessons include more than 200 hours of online lessons and OJT (on-the-job training) to prepare employees for the genuine world. The corporation works with the National Skills Development Center (NDSC) and uses the infrastructure of more than 120 centers across the country for the practical part of the training. This aligns with Government Skill India initiative. Basically it is Samsung’s vision of powering digital India. Participate in this program through nearby Skill India program held in your city.
The program wrap up all the essential ability you require to live in a retail stores, such as customer service, sales account management, customer order management, product presentations and more.
The DOST project is to facilitate access to Samsung’s overseas locations, allowing Samsung stores to reopen. Brick retailers continue to record high sales in the Indian market, despite widespread access to 4G-enabled smartphones and e-commerce platforms.