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Dr Kire interacts with women ITI students

By EMN Updated: Aug 08, 2013 12:56 am

Dimapur, August 7

Parliamentary Secretary for Law and Justice, Land Revenue, Labour & Employment, Dr Neikiesalie Kire visited two campuses of Women Industrial Training Institute (WITI) Dimapur at Seithekeima and Kushiabil, Centre of Excellence on Apparel Sector on Wednesday. Dr Kire was impressed with the conduct of the institute which is run on Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) mode with Window Media as the industry partner. While interacting with the students and staff of the institute, Dr Kire expressed hope that the students would venture out of the state, excel and become renowned designers in future through participation in bigger platforms.
He urged the management of the institute to maintain database of the passed out students so that their career path could be monitored while at the same time, information on placement avenues could be disseminated promptly to the alumni of the institute while also encouraging the trainee designers to promote unique Naga motifs and designs in the national as well as international arena.
Women Industrial Training Institute (WITI), Dimapur provides vocational courses in secretarial practice, beautician, COPA, electronics, knitting, hair and skin care, mechanic, cutting and tailoring and fashion technology.
Earlier, chairman of the Institute Management Committee, WITI and CEO of Window Media, Dr Aotoshi presented a brief account of the institute and its achievement so far. He also highlighted the salient features of the adoption of ITIs under PPP mode and its historical background.
The parliamentary secretary is on the first leg of his state wide visit to ITIs and other establishments under the departments of Employment & Craftsmen Training, Labour and Land Revenue covering the districts of Wokha, Mokokchung and Dimapur.
Dr Kire was accompanied by Muthingnyuba Sangtam, director of Employment & Craftsmen Training, Y Vandanshan Lotha, additional director of Employment & Craftsmen Training, Yanger Aier, joint labour commissioner, Labour Department and Haizing, deputy labour commissioner.

By EMN Updated: Aug 08, 2013 12:56:08 am