Friday, December 9, 2022

NSRLM opens support centre for youths at NP transit camp Delhi

With an objective to provide assistance to youths working outside the state, Nagaland State Rural Livelihoods Mission (NSRLM) has set up Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana (DDU-GKY) Migration Support Centre at the Nagaland Police transit camp in Dwarka, New Delhi.
A press release by NSRLM informed that migration support centre was formally inaugurated by the joint secretary (skills), ministry of rural development, government of India Karma Zimpa Bhutia on Friday.
Congratulating NSRLM on setting up the migration support centre, Bhutia encouraged the youth to come out from their comfort zone and also asked them to take full advantage of the migration support centre.
In a welcome address, joint secretary, rural development and mission director, NSRLM, Imtimenla said the centre was one of the first migration support centre under DDU-GKY from the north eastern states of India.
Speaking on the importance of the migration support centre, mission manager – (state partnership) DDU-GKY MoRD, Dhriti Bania said that migration support centre was set up for the safety and welfare of skilled youths working outside the state.
Bania said the centre would function as a safe transit facility for accommodation and logistic support to the youths coming for job placements, and as a facilitation centre during distress situations faced by the youths.
Also speaking at the programme, construction manager, BL Harbert International, Billy Parker said the company has recruited close to 100 DDU-GKY trained Naga boys who are engaged in building the American embassy in Delhi. Those who attended the inaugural programme include head PMA DDU-GKY, MoRD, Vinay Pandey, officials of Project Implementing Agencies, DDU-GKY trained youth from Nagaland working in Delhi NCR and parents of DDU-GKY trained candidates.
Earlier in the programme, DDU-GKY placed candidates F&B hostess, Aandaz by Hayatt, Kudusulu Khesoh and supervisor BL Harbert International, Lanutangit Ao shared their experience.
The programme was chaired by state program manager (skills) NSRLM, Visakono Sakhrie; invocation was pronounced by Naga Christian Fellowship Delhi pastor, Rev. Dr. Ricky Medom while chief operating officer (skills) NSRLM, Menuoneituo Chadi delivered the vote of thanks.

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