Saturday, March 25, 2023

School of excellence in skill dev inaugurated

Advisor, Labour & Employment, Skill Development & Entrepreneurship and Industries & Commerce, Imnatiba on Monday, inaugurated the first “School of Excellence in Skill Development” in Nagaland, at Government Higher Secondary School (GHSS) Sechu, Zubza.
According to a DIPR report, the advisor, while speaking as the special guest, said that the School of Excellence in Skill Development in collaboration with the School Education (DoSE) and National Institute of Electronics & Information Technology (NIELIT) was a new kind of initiatives taken up by the department in government school, with an aim to help students venture into a new horizon for self-employment and other avenues.
The advisor also encouraged the stakeholders—the educators and learners to embrace the opportunity by motivating each other to make the project successful.
In his speech, secretary, L&E, SD&E department, Rajesh Soundararanjan said this was a testament that government departments can always converge together in bringing out such innovative projects.
Director, School Education, Wonthungo Tsopoe appealed to the school management board not to keep the school for namesake but to be serious, in order to bring out the aims and objectives of the program in its best way.
While congratulating the collaborating departments for the initiative, NIELIT director L. Lanuwapang expressed hope that the importance of information technology will be highlighted through this project.
Earlier, DESD&E director, Chiden Yaden briefed on the School of Excellence in Skill Development where he informed that the assigned syllabus will be done by NIELIT with a unique concept.
He said the course would start from classes VIII-X to provide opportunity to students to get IT certificate while passing out HSLC exams.
The programme was chaired by L&E, SD&E department, additional secretary, Kovi Meyase, Sechu, Zubza chairman, Khriengulie Kuotsu said words of appreciation while vote of thanks was proposed by secretary, School Management and Development Committee (SMDC), Kedizelhou Rutsa.

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