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Orientation on PMVK scheme held in Wokha

By EMN Updated: Feb 23, 2024 9:14 pm
Myingthungo Kikon addressing the field officials and staff during an orientation programme on PM Vishwakarma scheme in Wokha town on Friday.

DIMAPUR — A workshop-cum-orientation programme on PM Vishwakarma scheme for field officials and staff was held in the conference hall of the deputy commissioner’s office in Wokha town on Friday.

Highlighting the aims and objectives of the PM Vishwakarma scheme, the general manager of District Industries Centre (DIC), Wokha, Myingthungo Kikon, stated that it is a central scheme launched by the Government of India to provide end-to-end support to artisans and craftspeople, who work with their hands and are either self-employed or intend to set up their own small scale ventures, stated a DIPR report.

He informed that the schemes aims to uplift the lives of artisans and craftsmen by providing them with recognition, skill up-gradation, toolkit incentives, credit support, incentives for digital transactions and marketing support. He further informed the trainees that the enrolment of beneficiaries should be done by seeking application through the common service centre (CSC) by providing the necessary documents such as Aadhaar card, mobile number, bank details and ration card.

Meanwhile,        the skill development and entrepreneurship in-charge of Wokha, Anuranjan Singh, highlighted on the benefits and eligibility of the scheme, while the district manager of CSC e-Governance Services Indian Ltd., Wokha, Achio Kikon dwelled on the registration process.

By EMN Updated: Feb 23, 2024 9:14:43 pm
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