J&K: Skill Development Centre Opened For Specially-abled To Boost Employment In Rajouri

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In a bid to boost employment opportunities among the persons with disabilities, Skill Development Centre for specially-abled persons was inaugurated in Rajouri

Written By Prachi Mankani | Mumbai | Updated On:
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In a bid to boost employment opportunities among persons with disabilities, a Skill Development Centre for specially-abled persons was inaugurated in Rajouri with an aim to boost employment opportunities. The centre is supposed to offer different courses and will ensure the utmost utilisation of the talent of candidates.

Speaking to ANI, District Development Commissioner Mohammad Aijaz Asad said, "The motive is to train the differently-abled persons and get them placements so that they are not seen as burden but as active breadwinners."

"The step has been taken to inculcate in the feeling of self-reliance among specially-abled persons by giving them the right kind of environment. This would help them to not rely on their parents and change the attitude of society towards them," the DC said.

Furthermore, Asad spoke about the skill training that the institute will impart through various trades like LED Light Repair Technician, Domestic Data Entry Operator, and Mobile Phone Hardware Repair Technician. In order to promote the participation in the centres, certificates will be issued to those candidates who will qualify for the final test after undergoing the course and the trainees will be provided with a stipend of Rs 4,600 per month.

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(With Agency Inputs)

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