‘Made In Nagaland’ Centre Inaugurated In Chümoukedima-June 27
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‘Made in Nagaland’ centre inaugurated in Chümoukedima

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By EMN Updated: Jun 27, 2023 5:25 pm
A brand new ‘Made in Nagaland’ centre at City Square in Chümoukedima was inaugurated on June 27 by the advisor of Industries and Commerce, Hekani Jakhalu — coincided with the 5th anniversary of the ‘Made in Nagaland Centre.’
‘Made in Nagaland’ centre inaugurated in Chümoukedima
Hekani Jakhalu along with members of YouthNet after the inauguration of ‘Made in Nagaland’ centre in Chümoukedima on Tuesday.

DIMAPUR — A brand new ‘Made in Nagaland’ centre at City Square in Chümoukedima was inaugurated on June 27 by the advisor of Industries and Commerce, Hekani Jakhalu.

An update from YouthNet stated that the extension of ‘Made in Nagaland’ centre in Kohima marked a significant breakthrough in promoting local talent and fostering economic growth within the community.

Speaking at the inaugural programme, Hekani stated that one of the primary objectives of the ‘Made in Nagaland’ centre was to boost economic growth and youth empowerment. She added that by providing a dedicated space for local artisans and entrepreneurs to showcase their creations, the centre encourages sustainable livelihoods and entrepreneurial ventures.

She also stated that the centre would foster an environment conducive to creativity, innovation, exchange of ideas, enabling the growth of small scale industries and the development of the local economy.

Report stated that ‘Made in Nagaland’ centre in Chümoukedima would serve as a hub for local artisans and entrepreneurs by providing them with a platform to exhibit, connect and sell their unique creations to a wider audience. It added that the launch of the centre in Chümoukedima coincided with the 5th anniversary of the ‘Made in Nagaland Centre.’

“The center’s inauguration is a testament to the commitment and vision of the government and local authorities in supporting and promoting indigenous talent,” the statement read.

It further stated that the centre would offer a diverse range of products including traditional handicrafts, textiles, handloom items, bamboo and woodcraft, jewelry, and much more.

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By EMN Updated: Jun 27, 2023 5:25:24 pm
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