Alva’s Education Foundation (AEF) has an objective to create employment opportunities for job aspirants especially from the middle and lower socio-economic strata of the society. The emphasis is therefore more on the rural and semi-urban areas which comprises a very large pool of talent who also have less access to employment opportunities. It is for this very reason the platforms like Alva’s Pragati and Chikkaballapur Udyoga Mela were created.
In continuation with Alva’s Pragati 2018 held in the month of July, AEF, in association with the District Administration under the inspiring leadership of Dr.M.Veerappa Moily, Honourable Member of Parliament,Chikkaballapur District , is conducting Chikkaballapur Udyoga Mela on 29th & 30th November 2018. The Chikkaballapur Udyoga Mela is a platform that brings together various companies,corporate houses,industries and aspirants from the different areas.
The Udyoga Mela aims at building a strong bridge between the current employment opportunities offered by a fast growing economy and the job aspirants. Recruiters from different industries spread across sectors like Manufacturing/Automobile, IT/ITES/EC, Construction, BFSI, Hospitality, Education/NGO, HR Consultants, Sales/Retail, Health Care, Pharma/ Para-medical have been invited.
The Chikkaballapur Udyoga Mela Mainly aims at catering job to aspirants of Chikkaballapur District from SSLC below SSLC, PUC, ITI, Diploma, Graduate [Excluding BE Graduates] and Post -Graduate students from both vocational and regular educational streams.
The key features of the Chickballapur Udyoga Mela will be:
1. Unemployed Youth in Chikkaballapur district are eligible.
2.Pre Job Mela Training Centres train Job Seekers who are registered in the website.
3. Training will be imparted at respective Taluks on 10/11/2018 & 18/11/2018 for the registered job seekers.
4. No Registration fee will be charged for participating companies and job aspirants.
5. Mega Job Mela Venue & Date will be intimated soon.
The name of this town was originally Chinna Balaporum. Originating from either Tamil or Telugu for Chinna meaning small while “balla” means the measure to quantify food grains, and “pura” means “town”.According to a popular legend, the Marigowda, the son of the chief Avathimalla Biregowda, was hunting one day in the Kodimanchanahalli forest. He found a rabbit standing fearlessly in front of hunting dogs. Excited by this, the chief told his son that it eas a sign of the boldness of the local people. So, he obtained permission from the king of Vijayanagara and built a fort and a town. This in course of time developed into the town of Chickballapur.
During the rule of Baichegowda, the king of Mysore attacked the fort but had to withdraw due to the interference of Marathas. Dodda Byregowda, who came to power after Baichegowda, resumed control of the territories seized earlier by Mysore. In 1762, during the rule of Chikkappanayaka, Hyder Ali laid siege the town for a period of three months. Then Chikkappanayaka agreed to pay 5-lakhs pagodas, and the army was withdrawn. After this, Chikkappa Nayaka with the help of Murariraya of Gooty tried to get back his powers. He was hiding at Nandi hills along with Chikkappa Nayaka. Immediately Hyder Ali took Chickballapur and other places and arrested Chikkappa Nayaka. Then with interfere of Lord Cornwallis, Chickballapur was handed over to Narayanagowda. some sources suggest that lord cornvallis visited the temple of shiva in peresandra which is 18 km off of chikkaballapur.in few references british text suggest that peresandra has a tremendous history After knowing this, Tipu Sultan again acquired Chikballapur.
In 1791 British occupied Nandi & left Narayanagowda to rule the town. Due to this fight between Britishers and Tipu Sultan again started. Narayanagowda lost his administration. Later on the British defeated Tipu Sultan. Chickballapur also came under the administration of Wodeyars of Mysore, which is now a part of Karnataka. Chikballapur District devided into 6 talukas :
Gauribidanur, Gudibanda, Bagepalli, Chikballapur, Sidlaghatta and Chintamani .