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College, Emporium agree to work on student placement

By EMN Updated: May 24, 2019 12:36 am
Officials of St. Joseph’s College and Emporium Skill Training Institute sign a memorandum agreeing to work together to train students and place them in various industries.

Dimapur, May 23 (EMN): St. Joseph’s College at Jakhama in Kohima and the Emporium Skill Training Institute (Esti) have signed an agreement to work together in skill development and placement of students in various industry sectors.Available updates said that the placements will be in ‘world class global international luxury premium’ hotels, airlines and cruise.
Rev. Fr. Dr. Sebastian Ousepparampil, principal of the college; and Anirban Mukherjee, operations manager of the institute signed the agreement on May 22 at the Bishop’s House in Dimapur, updates informed on Wednesday.

The two institutes have agreed to screen or select together aspiring students, who are currently pursuing graduation in the college, for the hospitality, aviation and cruise line sectors.

Selected students will be given skill development training in the mentioned sectors along with employment opportunities in the “world class global international luxury premium five star hotels, airlines and cruises.”

According to updates on Wednesday from the government’s department of Information and Public Relations (IPR), the two are also planning to start a diploma programme which will be jointly certified by the college and Esti.

‘Esti is also going to open a new PMKVY skill training centre within the college’s premises.’
‘All the students will get free of cost skill development training and global employment opportunities through this initiative,’ the IPR stated.

According to the IPR, the institutions will work together ‘to eradicate the unemployment problem within Nagaland and empower the youth of the state.’

‘Skill development is equally important as to formal education for the youths and therefore this initiative has been taken by both the partners,’ the IP’s report stated.

‘Esti will be joining hands with various other prestigious colleges in Nagaland this year.’
‘The institute has already collaborated with more than 167 colleges across India.’

By EMN Updated: May 24, 2019 12:36:58 am