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Be skilled to be empowered: Ngandam to youths

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  22 March 2017 12:00 AM GMT

From Our Correspondent
Itagar, March 21: Education minister Honchun Ngandam on Monday called upon the younger generation to be skilled in order to be empowered. Ngandam was addressing a group of trainees who on Monday completed their three-month long residential training in hospitality at Don Bosco Youth Centre (DBYC) here. Speaking on the importance of skilling for young people, the minister while expressing great happiness over seeing so many trainees from his home district Longding completing the training successfully, appreciated DBYC for the great environment made available to youth. He termed DBYC ‘an asset to the state’. Further calling upon the trainees to work hard and achieve excellence, Ngandam, also the chief guest for the occasion opined that Indians are not behind any other country when it comes to intelligence and smartness but one needs to work hard.
“Pray to God for good health and work hard, success will be yours,” he said. Social Justice Empowerment and Tribal Affairs secretary Madhu Krish Garg who was present on the function as guest of honour while congratulating the trainees for successfully completing the training placed on record her words of appreciation to the trainees from Longding who has ventured into new terrains from such a remote areas in search of excellence and a decent livelihood. “Having a tural inclition to be welcoming and hospitable, you will find hospitality sector a welcome avenue for you”, said Madhu to the trainees.

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