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Food delivery apps helping college students earn a living


Hubballi: Deepak Adhoni, a resident of Padmaraj Nagar, used to be a technician before becoming a full-time delivery boy of a web based meals ordering and delivery company. Earlier he used to do welding paintings in an engineering workshop and earn Rs eight,000 a month. After becoming a delivery boy, he earns Rs 15,000 per thirty days and once in a while greater than that.
Working as delivery boys of online meals delivery companies has transform a pattern in Hubballi. Youths, who used to spend their recreational hours with pals particularly right through night time hours, at the moment are the usage of the similar time to earn cash. Most of these youths paintings on part-time basis right through night time hours.

Ordering meals on online apps is catching up in Hubballi. Office-goers, working couples and bachelors working in multinational companies are closely depending on these programs. The undeniable fact that they get meals at their doorsteps within 20 mins or part an hour along with a chance of cash again on each and every order if they pay thru quite a lot of fee programs has made the meals delivery apps very attractive to consumers.

Some meals delivery apps have also offered promotional offers providing meals at cheaper prices compared to traditional eating places.


To cater to the elevating call for, meals delivery apps have employed several students on a part time basis. Some of these students, who stay in paying guest accommodations, paintings between 7pm and 11pm and earn Rs150-300 in keeping with day.


Pradeep Nargundkar from Hangal who is finding out BSc in a non-public school in Hubballi, remains at a PG in Vidyanagar. He said he would ask his parents money for his expenses before coming to know about a meals delivery app from a chum who used to be already working as a delivery boy. “What attracted me most used to be that one can paintings as a part-time or full-time basis. Every day I paintings between 7 pm and 11 pm and on weekends I paintings for the overall day as my school is closed and online orders are high,” he said.


Yasmeen Mokashi who works in a non-public company, says she prefers to cook more often than not but every time she is no mood to cook or feels low, she orders meals online. She said ordering online used to be convenient and easy at the pocket too.




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