Chinar Corps holds 4-week trg course for unemployed youth
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Oct 2: Chinar Corps of Army conducted a vocational training course on welding for unemployed youth of the Valley.
The four-week training programme was conducted in collaboration with Chinar Engineers and Kashmir Polytechnic College, Srinagar. The course, which concluded yesterday, was attended by 30 youths with minimum qualification of Matric. The youth were from Pulwama, Kulgam, Shopian, Ganderbal and Islamabad (Anantnag) districts. The course was conducted under the guidance of qualified tradesmen of the unit as well as instructors from Kashmir Polytechnic College, the unit in a statement said.
During the programme, the participants received training of metal arc welding and cutting, pipe, arc, brass, and gas welding as well handling of cutting machine. All the candidates were given qualifying certificates duly endorsed by Kashmir Government Polytechnic Collage, Srinagar as well as Chinar Corps by the Chief of Staff of Chinar Corps, Maj Gen Virendra Kumar and Brigadier Navin Ahuja.
“The training,” the statement said “would help the candidates set up individual businesses, get job opportunities in private companies or in government sector.”
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