Nehru Yuva Kendra to train youth for self reliance   


Chamba, October 20 –

The Nehru Yuva Kendra will make arrangements for training of youths in the district for repair of agricultural machinery and equipment, motor mechanic and apple processing work said Mukesh Repswal Additional Deputy Commissioner, while presiding over the a review meeting of the Annual Action Plan of Nehru Yuva Kendra implementation.

25 people will be trained in the first phase in 4 blocks of the district by taking the services of master trainers so that they can become financially independent.

He said that coordination should also be established with the Department of Industries in this direction. Mukesh also said that during this period of Covid-19, the Volunteer of Nehru Yuva Kendra should create awareness about corona infection, its signs, and symptoms in the general public along with immediate testing if found symptomatic.

He said that if the infection is detected in the initial stage, the patient becomes healthy very soon after treatment. If youth clubs makes short videos to create awareness, then this will send an effective message about prevention of corona infection among the general public.

He said that under the action plan of Nehru Yuva Kendra, volunteer survey work of Nehru Yuva Kendra will also be done for the career counseling and career guidance of youth in Chamba district. He said that the data collected will also be uploaded on the Champion website of the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium.

This work will be done under the Self-Reliant India Scheme to make the youth self-reliant and self-reliant, besides identifying the youth and creating skill development in them. Financial assistance has been given through various banks for micro, small and medium enterprises in Chamba district also under Self-reliant India Scheme.

The Additional Deputy Commissioner said that the youth clubs of Nehru Yuva Kendra should be made more active so that they can be made aware of the people and also be connected with the schemes and schemes which financially empower them.

Acting General Manager of the Department of Industries, Chandra Bhushan informed that under the Prime Minister Microfood Enterprises Scheme, 29 self-help groups and farmer products associations have been selected from Chamba district and their list has been sent so that these self-help groups and unions can also be self-reliant in India.

Vivek Kumar, District Coordinator of Nehru Yuva Kendra gave detailed information about the annual work plan of Nehru Yuva Kendra. He said that awards are also given to the best performing youth clubs who will meet on the basis of district level, state level and national level.


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