EMPLOYMENT & EDUCATION

  Employment & Education

 

  • Establishment of NIFT Sagalee  approved by Centre Dr KS Rao, Union Minister for Textiles, gave his consent to establish a new National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) at Sagalee . This development was in response to the policy level thrust of the CM to create state level centers of national excellence in order to improve the scope of employability and world class training to students
  • Arunachal Pradesh granted Rs 62 Crore for MGNREGAUnion Ministry for Rural Development provided funds worth Rs 62 Crores to Arunachal state forthe enactment of Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act More than 9000 Arunachalees participate in a job fair in ItanagarOver 9000 Arunachali youngsters took part in a job fair/skill development program organized in Itanagar. Sectors they were recruited for comprise insurance, BPO, hospitality and retail, aviation, tourism, customer service, health care. It was also declared that the previous year target of getting 10,000 individuals was surpassed with 17,327 people getting hired.
  • DoNER Ministry offers to sponsor 200 youth from ArunachalThe Ministry for development of North East proposed to sponsor 200 individuals from Arunachal in different vocational and skill development programmes under premier institutes such as NIFT, Ashoka Institute of Hospitality and Tourism under ITDC ‘GUIDE’ , a new educational scheme introducedAn innovative scheme titled GUIDE was launched by the department of education for nurturing government schools. Based on the concept of mentoring, this scheme doesn’t requires any financial expenditure and works on the principle of pairing up of a selected school (pupil) with an officer (mentor). Chiefly, it aims to improve the examination performances of students
  • Arunachal Pradesh Khadi and Village Industries Board (KVIB) inaugurated CM Tuki inaugurated the freshly constructed office building of the Chairman of the Arunachal Pradesh Khadi and Village Industries Board at Chandranagar. It was asserted that this indigenous sector has the potential to tackle the problem of unemployment in the state.