Department of Employment, Skill Development, and Entrepreneurship (ESD&E) Kohima, Nagaland, along with District Skill Committee Tuensang and Zynorique Initiative Society as empanelled training partner organised a demand-driven skill development training programmes for unemployed youth in the construction sector on July 9 at DUDA guest house, Longkhim while training programme in Sanis was initiated on July 11 at ADC HQ, Sanis town under Wokha district.
Longkhim: According to a DIRP report, assistant director, ESD&E, Kulo Kezo in his address congratulated participants for successful completion of their training and also urged them to make use of their knowledge and passion to get self-employed in the construction sector.
Earlier, programme was chaired by vice principal, ITI Tuensang, Er. Netenba Ajem and short speeches were delivered by ADC Longkhim, Phuleshe K. Yepthomi, and vice president TSLU, Khumrili.
Later, participants were given certificates and power tools by the department.
Sanis: According to a DIPR report, brief note on training programme was given by chairman, Zynorique Initiative Society, Ar. Richard Belho where he highlighted the importance of skill development and common vision towards skilling the youth for livelihood purpose and work towards mitigating problems of unemployment in the state.
Meanwhile, deputy director, Zubemo Lotha Tsanglao spoke on behalf of the department and expressed willingness of the department to train the youths in skill oriented job roles.
Speaking on behalf of District Skill Committee, EAC Sanis, Arhomo Yanthan thanked the department for bringing the training programme to Sanis sub-division and encouraged trainees to sincerely attend the skill training programme.
Earlier, inaugural programme was chaired by TA, DEE, Wokha, Yilobemo Y Kithan and invocatory prayer was pronounced by associate pastor, Hajang Baptist Church, William L. Humtsoe, and vote of thanks was delivered by pastor in-charge, Sanis Town Baptist Church, Yantsuthung K Erui.
It may be noted that a total of 50 unemployed youths will be trained on plumbing and electrical job roles during the week-long training programme.