TANGLA: “There has been a communication barrier among various communities of the State and it is the right time for the upcoming youths to strike a chord and bridge the gaps by generating awareness against the odds of the society.” This was observed by the Assistant Commissioner of Udalguri district, Nilakshi Baishya while delivering her key-note address as chief guest on the inaugural session of the three-day residential training programme on Youth Leadership and Community Development here at Udalguri Girls’ HS School on Saturday. It was organized by the Nehru Yuva Kendra, Udalguri. The participating youths were also addressed by senior journalist and chief adviser of Mission for Rural Skill Development (MRSD), Rewati Raman Sapkota, and Dipen Kalita, district coordinator of MAMTA, while district coordinator of Nehru Yuva Kendra Udalguri, S.Dev elaborated the objective of the three-day residential training. The inaugural function was chaired by Principal of the Udalguri Girls’ HS School, Dilip Kumar Sahariah.
The youth training on leadership is the first-of-its-kind organized by the Udalguri chapter of Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan where more than 30 young boys and girls are taking part. The training will conclude on January 27 with a valedictory function.