Ranchi : Chief Minister Raghubar Das on Saturday said 18,000 children of the State who have lost their parents will be provided skill training and employment. He said that in the year 2018, one lakh unskilled, unemployed youth will be trained in skill development and linked to employment. Soon, a Nursing Skills College will be set up in Gumla, Jamtara, Itki, Chaibasa and Sahebganj.
During the inauguration ceremony of the newly constructed Nursing Skills College, Chanho, Ranchi, administered by SPV Prejha Foundation by the Welfare Department of government, the CM said that raining centers related to manufacturing, catering and housekeeping will be set up in Barkakana in Ramgarh district.
Das said this nursing skill college is the first Hitech College of the State. “The establishment of this college with 120 seats will give full benefit to the students of the Health Sector. This college has been constructed by the State Government under the prescribed time limit, which is commendable. There is a lot of employment potential in the health sector. After completion of 10+2, students should be trained. In other sectors other than health sector, the government is also making a concerted effort to create jobs. The new Jharkhand is to be built by the year 2022,” he said.
While praising Muthathuraman, President of the Prejha Foundation, the Chief Minister said that the Prejha Foundation is doing a good job for the youth of the State. “Muthathuraman is playing a key role in the development of the State. If such experienced people join the government then the day is not far when Jharkhand will be at the top of the developed state category,” he added.
The CM said that youth should not be afraid of struggle but use their skills with honesty and firmness and join employment. Several types of training programs related to skill development are being run by the State Government. You will be trained in the same area where you are interested. Youth should join the schemes government. Youth power is the power of the nation, he added.
Addressing the programme, Minister of Tribal Affairs, Government of India, Sudarshan Bhagat said that the State is progressing rapidly under the present leadership. “Newly built Nursing Skills College in Chanho is a matter of pride for the State. The Center and the State Government have carried out several important initiatives in the field of skill development from the beginning. The government is working for the unemployed youth. Youth are being trained through Gurukul in all the districts of the state. There will be a major revolution in the health sector due to the introduction of newly built Nursing Skills College located in Chanho. In the coming time, advanced ANMs, nurses and health workers will come out and join employment. This college will prove to be worthwhile towards poverty alleviation,” he said.
While addressing the programme, Welfare Minister Louis Marandi said that his nursing skill for employment in the health sector will prove to be the milestone. With the launch of this college, new energy has been transmitted to the girls of the region. It is also necessary to be skilled with learning in today’s time. This work has been possible with the efforts of the Welfare Department. Gurukul Training Center has been established by the Welfare Department in 18 districts of the State. Other districts will also have establishment soon.
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