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Training centre for unemployed youth to be opened in Nizamabad

Staff Reporter

SRTRI to set up the unit in association with the municipal corporation


  • Youth will be offered training in four or five disciplines
  • SRTRI will provide machinery, tools, raw material and resource persons
  • Municipal corporation will provide venue and other infrastructure
  • Plans to open similar training centres in each mandal in the district

    NIZAMABAD: Swami Ramananda Tirtha Rural Institute (SRTRI) in association with the Municipal Corporation of Nizamabad plans to open a training centre here to train the unemployed youth in various employment generating trades.

    To begin with, it will offer training in tailoring and embroidery, jardosi and electrical appliances repairing and servicing. In each course 30 candidates will be taken for a three-month training.

    Raw material

    The SRTRI will arrange the machinery, tools, raw material and resource persons to the training centre, while the municipal corporation will provide venue and other infrastructure.

    It plans to open such training centres in each mandal to impart training to the rural youth and self-help group members to establish self-employment units with the support of the Government and financial institutions.

    Self-employment

    Inaugurating the programme the Minister for Rural Development, D. Srinivas, said the Government was not in a position to create employment opportunities in the public sector, and hence the youth should acquire skills and equip themselves to set up self-employment units.

    The Government could play a role of facilitator and provide training in the employment generating trades, he said and appealed to the youth to cultivate a positive thinking and attain self-confidence to come up in the life.

    Road shows

    Expressing happiness over the response to the road shows conducted by the Dr. Reddy's Foundation recently to select the candidates for giving training in various trades, he said about 250 youths were getting training and shortly would settle in the life by establishing their own units.

    The foundation was ready to take another 250 candidates for similar training to youth.

    Now, with the help of the SRTRI ten training centres could be set up across the district soon. The Collector, D.V. Raidu, the SRTRI Director, M. Narasimha Reddy, and the MCN Commissioner, Sambasiva Rao spoke.

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