Skill training on food processing begins

Skill training on food processing begins
Trainees along with CAN youth, ADC Dimapur, SIDBI branch manager and Thakhekhu village council members after the launching programme. (NP)
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, MAY 20 (NPN) | Publish Date: 5/20/2019 11:22:45 AM IST

A skill training programme on food processing organized by CAN Youth, sponsored by Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI) commenced Monday, at Thahekhu village, Dimapur. 

One month long programme was launched by additional deputy commissioner (ADC) Dimapur, Sharon Longchari as special guest where she lauded the initiative of CAN Youth.

Encouraging the trainees, Lonchari said “A skill learnt is never ever wasted, for a skill learnt is one step forward”. She also cited an example on how one could reach success by utilizing one’s skill. 

Lonchari also spoke on the importance of skill based education, saying that the future of education should be skill based for children. She added that this would ensure that they can learn and use to develop their livelihood, besides it would indicate that society was progressing.  Lonchari also hoped that the training imparted will bring about entrepreneurs as the future lies in entrepreneurial activities. 

Exhorting the gathering, SIDBI branch manager A lbert Gangte pointed out that training of food processing has many scopes, whereby he said that as far as food processing was concerned it has been one of the successful programme. 

He encouraged the trainees to be sincere, love what they do as it will sustain and prosper them. Talking about competition through hard work, he said today’s world market was competitive and only with hard work one could be in the race to win the market.  Gangte also gave a brief introduction of SIDBI. 

Short speech was also delivered by Thahekhu village council secretary Mughavi Chishi, wherein he pointed out that such initiative was need of the hour. He was also sure that the initiative of CAN Youth would help not only in processing the food items but to find an avenue for product marketing. Extending support, Chishi also hoped that the CAN Youth and the concern authority will help the preserved products not to go in vain. 

He was also hopeful that with such initiative it will also help upgrade and boost the economy of the family, state and nation.

At the programme, CAN Youth chief functionary, Jenpu Rongmei gave a brief introduction of the CAN Youth. He informed that altogether 36 trainees will be partaking at the training programme. He also informed that the organisation has also been conducting similar programme at Darogajan starting from April 20, which will culminates on May 20.  

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