Meanwhile, in continuation of the initiative of Mizoram Youth Commission for the jobless youths in the State, 30 Mizo girls were today flagged off for skill development training outside the State.
The youths, selected for the training by Mizoram Youth Commission and LE&IT Department, will take up 4-month training courses at IQST (Institute for Quality Skill Training), Guwahati.
MLA Lalrinliana Sailo flagged off the 30 Mizo girls from the premises of DRDA office.Addressing the flagging off function held before at the same place, MLA Lalrinliana Sailo lauded MYC and LE&IT Department for their initiative for the youths in the form of training that will develop their skill and secure job.
Sailo said that the different training courses they are going to take up are amongst those required by developing countries, and indeed will be of great use for Mizoram.
He exhorted the youths to pursue the training courses with perseverance and to do their best so as to bring fruitful result not only for themselves and their family but for the State.
Also addressing the flagging off function, MYC Chairman T.Sangkunga said that so far this year over 1200 youths have been sent for training.
He also expressed hope that more youths will be sent further.
Saying the success of the MYC initiative largely depends on the youths, MYC Chairman exhorted the youths to study their courses with determination for sure success.
Besides the MLA and MYC Chairman, the flagging off function was also attended by Dr.J.T.Vanlalngheta, Secretary, MYC; Francis Lianmawia, Assistant Welfare Commissioner, Workers' Welfare Board (LE&IT Dept.) and Lalsawmzuala, Superintendent, MYC.
Representatives of IQST came to take the youths for training.
On August 21, 2014 too, 43 youths have been sent for 4-month training in NIPS, Kolkata.
As per plan, about 100 youths will be sent on September 1 for training at NIAS and O2, Hyderabad.
Source: Newmai News Network