JK Bank RSETI Kulgam inaugurated
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Srinagar, July 28: J&K Bank RSETI Kulgam commenced training for first batch of young entrepreneurs in Dairy Development.
Additional District Development Commissioner Kulgam M Y Zargar inaugurated the institute.
Speaking on the occasion, he stressed upon the need for imparting such trainings aimed at nurturing entrepreneurship besides skills development to the unemployed youth of the state especially Kulgam.
Director RSETI Kulgam Muhammad Shafi Ayaz said that the institute’s offers include free and intensive short-term training module designed especially for rural youth for taking up self employment initiatives and skill up gradation for running their micro-enterprises successfully.
The trainees will be taken to successful industrial units to know about practical aspects of such enterprises. Dr A U Tak Project Officer DRDA, the sponsoring agency, appreciated setting up of such initiatives for training and awareness among rural unemployed youth.
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