Jharkhand : Jharkhand Labour Minister Raj Paliwar has said that training in 32 new Industrial Training Institutes (ITI) will start soon. ITI would help the youth hone skill and get opportunity for employment, the minister said when the state government signed a at Memorandum of Agreement with the Central Coalfields Limited for running Industrial Training Institute at Itkhori in Chatra.
The Principal Secretary of Labour, Employment, Training and Skill Development, S K G Rahate, said that it was third such MOA in the state after MOAs with with Bokaro Steel City Limited to run ITI, Kasmar in Bokaro and ITI in Domchanch in Koderma and Damodar Valley Corporation, an official release said.
Speaking on the occasion, CCL’s Director (Personnel) R S Mahapatra said 210 trainees could be trained in the institute and seats will be increased soon, which would help the youth in the state to get employment as well as self-employment opportunities, the release said.
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