Army sets up Naujawan Clubs for Vocational Training of Kashmiri youth

Srinagar : In an effort to reach out to youngsters in Kashmir, the Army has set up the clubs – centres called Naujawan Clubs where vocational training is imparted free of cost.

A total of 70 Naujawan clubs are being set up across the Valley which also double up as centres for recreation and exchange of ideas. People are trained free of cost at these clubs in six different vocations and fields – hospitality, retail, computer hardware, basic computers, English speaking, fashion designing.

Army is planning to take the clubs to remote inaccessible areas.

“Chinar Naujawan club has also been instituted which moves across various villages and far flung areas of Baramulla and it also houses dongle based internet connectivity as well as library,” said PS Shergill, Commanding Officer.

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