Wednesday, June 7, 2023

NSRLM holds alumni meet for DDUGKY trainers

Staff Reporter

Nagaland State Rural Livelihoods Mission (NSRLM) conducted an alumni meet on Chümoukedima Town Council Hall, for the alumni of DDUGKY trainers on Friday.
Addressing the gathering as special guest, joint secretary, RD & Mission Director, NDRLM, Imtimenla, expressed pleasure in listening to the testimonies of the alumni and said she was encouraged to know that even though there were challenges faced by the alumnis after placement, they endured struggles and continued to work harder by considering themselves masters of their lives.
She expressed hope that the testimonies of the alumnis would serve as an encouragement for the current students, and also was optimistic that the programme will served purpose of encouragement to the current students.
Highlighting on the DDUGKY scheme, she informed that many Naga youths were provided jobs and placements outside the state through the scheme imparted trainings and huge amount of finances, in terms of crores, have been invested on training the students freely by both state and central government. She said many Naga youths who underwent trainings through DDUGKY were also working abroad.
Speaking on getting placements outside the state, she urged all to learn to adjust to the environment, working hours, food habits, etc, and appealed to be mentally prepared to undergo necessary changes in their lifestyles.
Meanwhile, short speeches were delivered by Limaren of B-Abled Ltd., Kinwi of TOKA MPCS, Sentina Kichu of Pinnacle Skills, Nikali Zhimomi of PLS Autoshell Industries Pvt. Ltd., and Apeng Jantrii of SRK People Consultants Pvt. Ltd., who shared their experiences on getting placements outside the state after undergoing trainings through DDUGKY.
Aluminis who delivered short speeches encouraged and urged youths undergoing trainings to take the trainings seriously and encouraged them to take the testimonies of the alumins as a living example on the potential of the training.
They also spoke on the problems faced by them after getting placements outside the state, such as food habits, working hours, different environment, ease of living, etc.
Earlier, the programme was chaired by state programme manager, NSRLM, Ebibeni Humtsoe, and invocation by associate pastor, Lotha Baptist Church, Chümoukedima, M Khodao Lotha and welcome address delivered by Chief Operating Officer (Skills), Menuoneituo Chadi.
Highlights of the programme included group songs and short play.


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