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Army starts skill development course for Kishtwar youths

PTI|
Oct 11, 2018, 04.14 PM IST
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Army starts skill development course for Kishtwar youths
In this file picture from October 2017, a group of 19 students from Kashmiri visits Bengaluru along with two teachers from Budgam district of Jammu and Kashmir, as part of Capacity building tour {CBT} under Operation Sadbhavana. (Representative picture)
JAMMU: The Indian Army has launched a skill development programme for the youths of mountainous district of Kishtwar to help them become self-employed and and economically independent, an officer said Thursday.

The 3-month-long course, which started for a batch of 30 youths would end on January 9, 2019, he said, adding the youths would be awarded certificates from the institute after completion of the course.

Launched in collaboration with NSDC, the course is designed to equip youths with adequate knowledge, technical skills and attitude necessary for plumbing, he said adding the youth would be imparted training by professionally competent instructors of the Army and those affiliated to NSDC.

During the inaugural session, the youth expressed their gratitude towards the Army for the noble initiative and providing them an opportunity to acquire skills for employment which can further be developed into a profession and a means of decent livelihood.
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