Tuesday, July 5, 2022

YouthNet, NABARD launch SDTP for educated unemployed

With an objective to develop skills and provide employment opportunities to the educated unemployed, YouthNet in partnership with National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) launched a month-long skill development training programme in “Construction Painting (Painters)” under NABARD’s “Skill Development & Capacity Building scheme” at YouthNet Centre Dimapur, on May 16.
In a press release, YouthNet media cell informed that while speaking at the inaugural programme, GM/OIC NABARD, Tiakala Ao acknowledged Youthnet for taking up the initiative to provide a platform to the unemployed youth and job seekers.
She extended her support in conducting more extensive and comprehensive programmes focused on livelihood through directed efforts in skill-building and employment support.
In her welcome address, YouthNet director, Nuneseno Chase acknowledged NABARD for the continued support and also expressed gratitude to Samrat Ghosh, academy supervisor and Bhargav Haloi, technical trainer, Asian Paints Colour Academy, for bringing their technical expertise in training unskilled labour.
The inaugural programme was chaired by manager, YouthNet Skill Development Division, James Kithan and invocation was offered by B Koi Khiamniungan.
The month-long training program will be conducted in two batches in Dimapur at YouthNet Centre, 4th Mile, near Agri Expo for which registration for interested candidates were still open, YouthNet informed. The training is being imparted in association with Asian Paints Colour Academy.

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