A non-profit organization that promotes Kannada language announces that it would act as a nodal agency to provide jobs for Kannadigas in the state.

 

According to Kannada Sahitya Parishat president Manu Baligar, the Parishat would take the responsibility to provide jobs in Multi National Companies to the natives of the state.

 

Speaking to the press on Wednesday, he said that a meeting with the Human Resource representatives of major companies would be convened and prompt efforts will be taken to provide jobs in these companies.

 

Information about job vacancies in companies would also be given in local newspapers by KSP. Interested candidates can contact KSP and with their reference, can apply for jobs.

 

A training workshop focusing on edicts, literary research and validation would be conducted for these candidates. The first phase of the training would be conducted in Bangalore, Mysore, Gulbarga and Belgaum.

 

Baligar added, “A symposium would be conducted on the upcoming Kannada software in various industries in Karnataka.”