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Career Counselling programme for Kamjong youth held

Deputy Commissioner of Kamjong,  Rangnamei Rang Peter (IAS)  encouraged the youth to grab the opportunity being offered right at their doorsteps and to avail the most out of it. 

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Imphal: An “Employment Linked Career Counselling Programme” was held Tuesday at Tribal Research Institute, Imphal by the District Skill Committee, Kamjong for the welfare of the unemployed youths. 

Speaking at the function, Deputy Commissioner of Kamjong,  Rangnamei Rang Peter (IAS)  encouraged the youth to grab the opportunity being offered right at their doorsteps and to avail the most out of it. 

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He expressed his delight at the diverse training that has been offered by the participating partners and further, earnestly appealed to them to walk the extra mile by working at the grassroot level to help the youths to find themselves stable careers. 

He also appealed to the Student Union leaders of the district to collaborate with the Training partners and counsellors to help spread the awareness reach to every nook and corner of the district, and to publicise about the various skill courses available through meetings and social media.

Ningreingam Leisan, ADM and Nodal officer of DSC, emphasized on the importance of skilling and encouraged the youths to take up more skilling courses to increase the employability and employment chances in every possible sector. He reminded the youths that every profession is noble and to identify the course that best suited one’s interest and to make the utmost use of today’s programme.

Training providers such as NIELIT, CIPET, JCRE Skill Solution, Emporium Skill Training Institute and DDU GKY sensitized the audience on the various training courses available and also shared various success stories. Moreover, on- spot registrations were made available. 

The programme was coordinated by Kashing Shingnaisui, Mahatma Gandhi National Fellow, Kamjong District.

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