SERCHHIPAH COVID19 TRAINING CLOSURE FOR RETURNERS FROM OTHER STATES

Dated Serchhip, the 22nd June, 2022: Mizoram Youth Commission, Deputy Commissioner Serchhip and SIRD&PR jointly organized Livelihood Generation for Returned Migrant Workers due to Covid-19 in Serchhip today Pi Nazuk Kumar, IAS, Deputy Commissioner, Serchhip District was the chief guest.

The Chief Guest congratulated the training graduates and thanked Mizoram Youth Commission for organizing the training and SIRD & PR for providing us with all the facilities and equipment. We believe that the future is bright for you as the things we have learned are the things that the country and society really need He said that Mizoram’s development will be an important contributor to the country’s development. PMEGP and other loan schemes available for entrepreneurs should be taken into consideration by those who do not have the opportunity to start their own businesses. Degree is not the most important thing, skills are the most important thing. He also stressed the importance of skills by developing the new skills you have today. The Chief Guest presented Certificates and other equipment to the graduates.

The function was attended by Pu Lalmuansanga Ralte, Addl. The DC chaired the function and advised the graduates to continue their studies at home, become self-reliant and use them for their families and income generation.

Pu Vanlalhruaia, Head Faculty, SIRD & PR, Dr. Lalrinliana Sailo, Head Faculty, SIRD & PR, Dr. H. Vanlalrawna, VO, District Veterinary Hospital and Pi Lalhmangaihzuali, MSc, Food & Nutrition presented the gifts. Pu F. Lalrinawma, Khawtetlang delivered a speech on behalf of the graduates.

The training was opened on May 4 and 80 participants attended the training.

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