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TMI Group's JobsDialog to find the right fit for MSMEs

The JobsDialog platform launched by union cabinet minister for MSME Kalraj Mishra will work on a missed-call model to register unemployed youth for placement in the sector.

, ET Bureau|
Updated: Aug 26, 2014, 09.28 PM IST
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The JobsDialog platform launched by union cabinet minister for MSME Kalraj Mishra will work on a missed-call model to register unemployed youth for placement in the sector.
The JobsDialog platform launched by union cabinet minister for MSME Kalraj Mishra will work on a missed-call model to register unemployed youth for placement in the sector.
HYDERABAD: Taking on the present government's employment generation initiative, Hyderabad-based integrated HR services firm TMI Group launched its mobile-based recruitment solution for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) aimed at reducing the hiring cost and fill in the skill-gap in the MSME sector.

The JobsDialog platform launched by union cabinet minister for MSME Kalraj Mishra will work on a missed-call model to register unemployed youth for placement in the sector. The initiative was launched in partnership with the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC).

"Bangalore and Hyderabad hold potential for innovation in the field of technology. The estimated recruitment of 1-lakh individuals through JobsDialog will provide an impetus to entrepreneurship and skill development," said Kalraj Mishra.

According to a study conducted by TMI Group, 50 per cent of the MSMEs in Andhra Pradesh do not have an HR vertical and many do not have a web-presence. The closure of close to 13-lakh MSMEs in Telangana and AP has costed 18 lakh jobs, said BJP Member of Parliament Bandaru Dattatreya.

TMI group chairman T Muralidharan said his group proposes to scale up its operations in Telangana, followed by Andhra Pradesh. In the first three days, JobsDialog registered over 24,000 missed calls from interested youth in Telangana.

The initiative will look at expansion in states with large MSME clusters including Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, NCR, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Gujarat and West Bengal. JobsDialog will service more than 75,000 MSMEs and will connect with more than 7.5 lakh MSMEs at its peak by 2017, he said.

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