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Assam Rifles-established vocational centre trains 15 women

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By EMN Updated: Mar 19, 2024 9:34 pm
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Trainees undergoing vocational training at the Assam Rifles-established vocational training centre in Meluri town.

DIMAPUR — A vocational training centre in Meluri town, Phek district, established by the Assam Rifles, has successfully trained 15 local women in stitching and embroidery.

Further, these women have been registered with the National Skill Development Corporation under the PM Vishwakarma Yojana, wherein benefits worth INR 19,000 will be directly transferred to their bank accounts.

The press release mentioned that the centre was established to provide instructional programmes and courses for local women, thereby promoting skill development at the grassroots level.

It was inaugurated with trainees and locals in attendance and is expected to generate opportunities for self-employment after providing quality skill development training to women.

The training centre was established with the aim of imparting training to local women in stitching, embroidery, and other skills, empowering them to become self-sufficient by creating a stable source of income.

Additionally, it will facilitate them in obtaining bank loans at lower interest rates to initiate their own ventures, thereby contributing to the economic prosperity of the region through sustained skill development, it stated.

Inter-village volleyball tournament

From March 11 to 18, the Assam Rifles organised the ‘Assam Rifles’ Unity Spike Challenge,’ an inter-village volleyball tournament in the Peren district.

The tournament aimed to foster unity and collaboration among neighbouring communities, bringing together passionate volleyball enthusiasts from various villages.

A total of 40 teams participated in the tournament, which was conducted at six company operating bases in the district, with each base shouldering responsibility for specific areas.

The tournament’s final match, between the Tening village team and the Athibung village team, was watched by about 300 people, including 98 villagers and 210 Assam Rifles personnel.

Security meet at Latsum village

In a proactive measure to enhance community security partnerships, Assam Rifles conducted a security meeting with the residents of Latsum village on March 19. A total of 19 villagers attended the meeting.

The security meeting held at the village provided a platform for open communication and mutual understanding between Assam Rifles and the villagers. The primary objective was to establish a direct line of dialogue, address community concerns, and build a foundation of trust essential for maintaining peace, security, and development.

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By EMN Updated: Mar 19, 2024 9:34:05 pm
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