By A O News Desk
ITANAGAR | Mar 30 | The Rural Development & Heritage Society continues to impart skill development programme (SDP) in various parts of the state to sharpen skill of the youths to cater to rising demands for skilled manpower.
The SDPs have been funded by state’s social justice & empowerment and tribal affairs department, RDHS chairman Tamchi Niania said.
In all 35 youths each are being skilled through 14-day SDPs which begun at Seppa March 29 and a day earlier at Tawang and Bhalukpong involving local coordinators Gumte Taku, Sangey Eton and Tapan Biswas for training on house wiring & electrician; computer and plumber trades respectively.
Senior officers, bankers and panchayat leaders addressing the trainers exhorted them to get skilled to earn decent livelihood, he added.