Imagine TV launches its new show 'Job Time TV' on 15 November with Rahul Mahajan and A F Inam as the Producers. Job Time TV is the creative brain child of A.F.Inam (CEO) who has the vast experience of successfully producing various programmes for channels in the past like SUKHANOYA on D.D. Marathi, Zameer on D.D. National.
Speaking about the format and the concept of the show, Inam says "The format is reality and the concept is providing job opportunities (within and outside India) for people by making television as a platform. The show will provide a career guidance programme for the youth who have been under peer pressure about deciding a proper career for them."
He also says about the content of the show. "The show will see Executives and CEO's from different organizations talking about the various opportunities in their company and in the industry. The show will also see an audiovisual explanation about the companies they can apply to. We also have a website and a number wherein people can directly contact the company regarding their queries and doubts"
Asking about choosing Imagine TV as their channel after doing shows on DD he says "DD is notoriously red taped and Imagine has always come up with innovative reality shows"
When Tellybuzz talked to Rahul Mahajan regarding the show, he said "We have been talking about this show two years back, even before Bigg Boss happened to me. This show is a very different venture that we have risked where we are providing mass opportunities for people who are sitting in different corners of India".
The show is scheduled from Monday to Friday 8:30 to 9:00 in the morning and justifying on the timings of the show Rahul says "Normally job seekers leave for their interviews during that time after having a look at the classified section of the newspapers and with this show they have a wider spectrum to look for at the same time. We just hope to provide maximum number of opportunities to maximum number of people".
With the progress of the show the makers intend to bring more elements in the format by including the experiences from people who have been recruited. With already ten episodes of the show being shot, it includes people from wide range of fields like Pharmaceuticals, CSR, Steel, Beauty Products, Oil and Infrastructural et al.
Sounds like the youth will get to explore their opportunities further more than their expectations.
Reporter and Author: Saranya Valsarajan