Rural educated generally go to Urban regions for employment opportunities. But a thought that flashed in the mind of a young individual, Vullaganti Murali working as a Managing Director in an IT firm, Jans India, thought 'How it would be, if the Jobs go to the remote urban regions'. and provide jobs to the unemployed youth'  

This thought led to the creation of a firm known as Rural Shores.

http://ruralshores.com/index.html

 

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  • Re: Here Jobs would go to Rural unemployed

    by » 4 years ago


    This is very innovative. Most of the rich people start the companies in cities and drive the people towards cities. But this idea would drive the people towards the rural areas. I am sure if they provide good benefits to the employees, people would prefer to move rural areas.

    I used to think all the time why don't big companies open their offices in rural areas? This is a good beginning.

     


  • Re: Here Jobs would go to Rural unemployed

    by » 4 years ago


    Murali, the man behind this project worked for Jansa India an IT organization as MD. And he recruited some Indians for outsourcing Jobs. Among them, majority were from Rural Background.  Of course, if compared with the salaries of their region, they are definitely much more. Despite this fact, this income is inadequate because the employee has to live in a city  with his family where he has to pay high rents for his house, food and clothing.  In this condition , Murali thought that there is no meaning in a highly paid  job , if it is inadequate.

    After long thinking, Murali arrived to a conclusion. If these Jobs which are located in urban regions  are made  available to Educated rural youth in their own villages, Youth  can gain more .They can get the most modern Jobs directly related to IT and get all the benefits of Digitisation , in an inexpensive way. Because Village life is less expensive compared to urban life.


  • Re: Here Jobs would go to Rural unemployed

    by » 4 years ago


    Its a great initiative. It will help in the development of the interior regions as well as provide employment opportunities. Many big companies are also following the same route. Due to the increasing cost and limited space in urban areas a lot of companies are shifting base to tier 2 and tier 3 cites. Even the govt has created SEZ's ( Special Economic Zones) for the development of the non urban areas and here the govt is providing additional incentives and tax benefits to the companies.


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  • Re: Here Jobs would go to Rural unemployed

    by » 4 years ago


    Murali, the man behind this innovative project aimed to create more jobs for those who live in remote rural areas. Accordingly he made available all the infrastructure and essentials to the interior regions, so that educated rural youth can get a job where they live.


  • Re: Here Jobs would go to Rural unemployed

    by » 4 years ago


    rambabu wrote:

    Murali, the man behind this project worked for Jansa India an IT organization as MD. And he recruited some Indians for outsourcing Jobs. Among them, majority were from Rural Background.  Of course, if compared with the salaries of their region, they are definitely much more. Despite this fact, this income is inadequate because the employee has to live in a city  with his family where he has to pay high rents for his house, food and clothing.  In this condition , Murali thought that there is no meaning in a highly paid  job , if it is inadequate.

    After long thinking, Murali arrived to a conclusion. If these Jobs which are located in urban regions  are made  available to Educated rural youth in their own villages, Youth  can gain more .They can get the most modern Jobs directly related to IT and get all the benefits of Digitisation , in an inexpensive way. Because Village life is less expensive compared to urban life.

    Most of people migrate to cities only when they have not any job at his native place. Peoples like to live at native place. So if they get job there at less remuneration they prefer it than high paid job in cities.

     


  • Re: Here Jobs would go to Rural unemployed

    by » 4 years ago


    anil wrote:
    rambabu wrote:

    Murali, the man behind this project worked for Jansa India an IT organization as MD. And he recruited some Indians for outsourcing Jobs. Among them, majority were from Rural Background.  Of course, if compared with the salaries of their region, they are definitely much more. Despite this fact, this income is inadequate because the employee has to live in a city  with his family where he has to pay high rents for his house, food and clothing.  In this condition , Murali thought that there is no meaning in a highly paid  job , if it is inadequate.

    After long thinking, Murali arrived to a conclusion. If these Jobs which are located in urban regions  are made  available to Educated rural youth in their own villages, Youth  can gain more .They can get the most modern Jobs directly related to IT and get all the benefits of Digitisation , in an inexpensive way. Because Village life is less expensive compared to urban life.

    Most of people migrate to cities only when they have not any job at his native place. Peoples like to live at native place. So if they get job there at less remuneration they prefer it than high paid job in cities.

    Exactly that's the sole purpose and objective of Murali, the man behind this innovative effort. He always used to dream  of taking the Jobs to the educated rural youth, so that the pressure on the nearby Urban regions are  reduced.

     


  • Re: Here Jobs would go to Rural unemployed

    by » 4 years ago


    rambabu wrote:

    Murali, the man behind this innovative project aimed to create more jobs for those who live in remote rural areas. Accordingly he made available all the infrastructure and essentials to the interior regions, so that educated rural youth can get a job where they live.

    I think over the time people will take lessons from Murali, and start opening jobs in the rural areas as we know cities are already over crowded and over populated. 


  • Re: Here Jobs would go to Rural unemployed

    by » 4 years ago


    Bajirao wrote:
    rambabu wrote:

    Murali, the man behind this innovative project aimed to create more jobs for those who live in remote rural areas. Accordingly he made available all the infrastructure and essentials to the interior regions, so that educated rural youth can get a job where they live.

    I think over the time people will take lessons from Murali, and start opening jobs in the rural areas as we know cities are already over crowded and over populated. 

    Exactly, that's the objective and aim of Murali, who left a lucrative job in an international IT firm and started, ruralshores.com

     


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