ALC & DEEO complex inaugurated

ALC & DEEO complex inaugurated
Advisor, Kazheto Kinimi cutting the ribbon on Thursday. (NP)
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 6/20/2019 11:16:22 AM IST

Advisor Labour & Employment, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship and CAWD, Kazheto Kinimi inaugurated the Assistant Labour Commissioner (ALC) and District Employment Exchange Office (DEEO) complex at Zion Hospital Junction, Purana Bazaar, here on Thursday.

Speaking at the inaugural programme, the advisor termed the building as much needed infrastructure which was not only an asset to the department but also a platform to serve the people. 

He said that with the increase of industrial activities and reports of human empowerment, people were now beginning to realise the importance of the department and having the necessary infrastructure was a small step forward to face the challenges. 

He further lamented that despite state government providing many infrastructures in the form of government office building, most of them were in bad shape, due to poor maintenance and absence of repairs and replacements. 

He therefore urged the gathering to use and maintain as their own property without solely depending on government for maintenance.

Kazheto was optimistic that the department will make use of the new complex in renewed spirit and motivation to serve the people.

He further said that the construction of the building was funded under negotiated loan where Rs. 5 crores was sanctioned. The construction started in December 2014 and completed in May 2019. 

Commissioner and secretary, L&E, SD&E, Anenla T. Sato, while giving the keynote address said that the newly inaugurated building will house the office of assistant labour commissioner, employment exchange, labour court and labour welfare centre.      

Joint director, Employment, Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Chiten Yaden while giving the concluding remarks added that the Ministry of Skill Development have come up with many skill development avenues which was also started in the state last year. 

He said that there were around seven skill training centres in Dimapur which will gradually expand in all the districts and 20 thousand youths were expected to be trained by next year.

 Earlier, the programme was chaired by Assistant Labour Commissioner Dimapur, Temwang Konyak and dedicatory prayer was offered by East Dimapur Sumi Baptist Church, Nitoshe Zhimo.

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