35 youth leave for Guwahati for skill training in aviation and hospitality


ITANAGAR, June 29: Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Minister Hongchum Ngangdam flanked by SD&E Secretary Onit Panyang flagged off first batch of 35 trainees from Civil Secretariat here today for undergoing skill development training in aviation sector at NeIFT Blu Cloud Academy, Guwahati.

“You have to work hard with sincerity and dedication. Take your own care and security with responsibility in absence of your parents, guardians and seniors” Ngangdam said and advised them to avail maximum benefit of the GoAP-sponsored job link programme and get placement, according to an official release.

While reorienting the youth in the morning, skill development & entrepreneurship (SD&E) director Subu Tabin, assistant director NeIFT CEO Vikram Rai Medhi briefed them about the training, journey to metropolitan city, essential to acclimatize in new place, food habit, security/precaution, dedication, discipline for successful completion of one-year training and find a suitable job. The training fees, boarding & lodging and to and fro travelling are borne by the GoAP under CM’s Yuva Kausal Yojana for high end training.

The NeIFT training for airhostess/cabin crew will include soft skill, spoken English, communication skill, digital literacy and groom them for over all personality development. The Aviation Sector Skill Council will assess the candidates after training. SD&E department has signed MoA with NeIFT for the training and to ensure minimum 70% job placement.

Chief Minister Pema Khandu after inaugurating Yuva Vikas Society training centre earlier today interacted with the trainees. He told them that 27 such training centres for the state are in the pipeline under PMKVY 2, funded by the Govt. as a part of Skill India. The centre will impart skill for domestic data entry operator under PMKVY 2, sponsored by SD&E department.

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