The enrollments under RYK is happening via official Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu website http://ryk.cgg.gov.in/ . The website is developed by the Centre for Good Governance. The response to the website is overwhelming but the candidates are clueless on getting further information about the programme. About 1 lakh candidates visited RYK official website http://ryk.cgg.gov.in/ so far. It is estimated that about 40,183 candidates registered for Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu program. The state government of Andhra Pradesh in partnership with various private and public enterprises will conduct the job mela’s and special skill development training camps in various towns and cities. The melas will be held based on the requirements of the candidates and helps them to get the suitable jobs in different companies. The Govt. of Andhra Pradesh is contemplating to provide at least one lakh jobs by December and 15 lakh jobs by 2015 under RYK program.
The registration camps for Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu Registration process will be established in in each of the district head quarter. The state government is also trying to provide registration facility for unemployed youth through e-seva centers and various Internet café’s. Initially RYK job mela is planned at Vizag on 29th and 30th of October 2011 and similar melas will be conducted at other cities in the course of time. Applicants age should be below 35 years and those passed or failed in 10th class are also eligible to apply for jobs under RYK program.
Documents to be produced for Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu registration:
According to the Govt. of Andhra Pradesh guidelines, candidates willing to enroll their candidature for Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu program have to produce ration card. This is a must and mandatory for all the Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu applications. Along with academic certificates and other documents, Ration Card, Date of Birth (SSC or its equivalent) and Mobile Number are compulsory fields to be filled during the online registration through http://ryk.cgg.gov.in/ . The Govt. has directed the District Rural Development Agencies (DRDAs) to identify the various opportunities at district level for the candidates registered under Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu scheme. The Government of Andhra Pradesh has signed the pact with SETWIN, APEC, TALLY, Andhra , SHARD, ATDE, Dathri Foundation, Mahila Sabha, RRDU, and consulting firm APICTO to train the candidates under RYK and offer the skill based training to make them suitable for the jobs in 30-60 days time frame and according to the choice of the candidates.