2-month skill training ends

2-month skill training ends
Senti Ao handing over the certification and tool kits to trainees who successfully completed the skill development training program. (NP)
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, JUL 7 (NPN) | Publish Date: 7/8/2018 12:29:08 AM IST
Pinnacle Skills organised a valedictory function of skill development training under Border Area Development Programme (BADP) 2017-18, sponsored by the Department of Under Developed Areas (DUDA), government of Nagaland, that ended here on Saturday at conference hall, Fair View apartment, Khermahal. 
Pinnacle Skill is a training partner that provides training to youth in various skills. The present batch comprising of 70 youth have been trained and skilled in beauty & wellness, electricals, and cutting & tailoring for a period of two months. All successful trainees were given machines, tools, kits and certificates.
Speaking at the program as the special guest, secretary DUDA, Senti Ao explained that BADP is funded by the Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Border Management, Government of India, reaching out to the Indo-Myanmar border areas in Nagaland. He said that BADP’s objective is to cater to the special needs of the most interior inhabitants of international boundary border villages in the country. “Four districts of Indo-Myanmar border areas namely Mon, Tuensang, Kiphire and Phek in Nagaland have been availing this special fund since 1997 till date”, he stated.  
Senti opined that DUDA as a nodal department of BADP has been delivering various developmental activities and also implementing a good number of capacity building and skill development programs since 2003 for the most interior areas of Indo-Myanmar international border villages, covering the entire sectors mainly for filling up critical gaps such as road infrastructure, social, education, health and Agri & allied sectors.  
He asserted that the program has given special emphasis on livelihood, wherein 1776 villagers have been trained through the 2017-18 programs. Exhorting the trainees on completion of their training, the secretary encouraged them to start doing something with what they had learned during their entire training and start earning a livelihood with the machines and tool kits given to them. He urged them to cooperate with the villagers and community and contribute to society by charging nominal rates for their services so as to attract customers. He further called upon the trainees to work and motivate people and be torch bearers.
Earlier, Pinnacle Skills, head of operation, Debojyoti Sarkar while presenting an overview of the project, urged the trainees to start up enterprises and skill the unskilled youth by employing them in their enterprises. He said that the duty of Pinnacle Skills has been accomplished by skilling them, but reminded them that it would keep an eye on them to monitor their progress.

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