Imnatiba takes up skill dev. issues

Imnatiba takes up skill dev. issues
Imnatiba along with officials in New Delhi.
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 9/20/2019 12:26:36 PM IST

In line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of “Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas” and to understand the latest work being taken up the centre on skill development, training and entrepreneurship and its applicability in the state of Nagaland, advisor Industries & Commerce and department of Labour, Employment, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Imnatiba along with the departmental officials visited New Delhi from September 16 to 20. 

According to PRO (IPR), Nagaland House, New Delhi, Kuolie Mere during their visit, the delegation met with various agencies, institutions, and corporates. 

The advisor attended the official opening ceremony of “Spotlight in Singapore in Delhi 2019”, Singapore’s premier cultural diplomacy platform. 

A meeting was also held between Imnatiba and the delegation with representatives from Furniture & Fittings Skill Council (FFSC), the release stated. 

The delegation also met with representatives of iDreamCareer and TTC to discuss the opportunity of introducing career counseling to school-going students. 

They also visited Common Services Centre (CSC) e-governance, Ministry of Electronics & IT, Government of India, where opportunities for convergence on improving the skilling ecosystem in Nagaland were explored.  Imnatiba and the delegation also met Devendra Joshi, Chief Manager CSR (HRS), CO, Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. (BPCL), to discuss the modalities of how BPCL can support Nagaland in setting up of a new skill development and training institutes in the state. 

The advisor also organised a meeting with the scholars, experts and entrepreneurs from Nagaland who have been living and working in New Delhi for many years, to get their views for the betterment of Nagaland.  Further, Imnatiba and industry officials attended an interaction with FICCI, where the advisor spoke about Nagaland handlooms industry and how the rich heritage of cloth from the state can be leveraged to give a boost to the State economy.


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