Arunachal Tourism Students Union (ATSU) Rues Lack of Jobs

Arunachal Tourism Students Union (ATSU) Rues Lack of Jobs

A Correspondent

ITANAGAR: The All Arunachal Tourism Students Union (ATSU) stated that despite many job vacancies in the Department of Tourism, the State Government is yet to create new jobs for the students passing out in hospitality management (HM).

In a representation submitted to the Chief Secretary of the State, the ATSU said in a press statement that they had urged upon Chief Minister Pema Khandu to look into the matter of creating jobs on a memorandum on November.

The union said that 25 districts don’t have District Tourism Officer (DTO), Tourism Information Officer (TIO) and other officials of the department. Moreover, due to non-creation of new jobs, few professionals from the HM sector are crossing the maximum age limit, the union added.

The ATSU appealed to the Chief Secretary for early consideration and action over the request for the welfare of the youths of the State.

Earlier, the ATSU in a memorandum submitted to the Chief Minister Pema Khandu requested for the upgradation of the tourism course at the Rajiv Gandhi University (RGU), Doimukh. The union requested for Masters and Bachelors degrees in the university.

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