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PCC and ETCPL ink MoU to address unemployment issue

By EMN Updated: Oct 18, 2022 9:04 pm
Dr. Thepfuvilie Pierü and Temjenkala Aier after signing the Memorandum of Understanding at Patkai Christian College on October 18.

Dimapur, Oct. 18 (EMN): Patkai Christian College (Autonomous) and Emporium Training and Consultancy Pvt. Ltd. (ETCPL), Nagaland, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with an aim to address the growing need of employment in the state among others.

PCC principal, Dr. Thepfuvilie Pierü, and CEO of ETCPL, Temjenkala Aier, signed the MoU in presence of core members from both the organisations in the office chamber of the college’s principal on October 18, stated an update from PCC.

The MoU envisaged ensuring that students are placed in reputed companies in tourism and hospitality sectors after their graduation. It further aimed at creating and enabling a network of collaboration to create recruitment opportunities for the unemployed youth in Nagaland.

Speaking on the occasion, Temjenkala Aier informed that tourism and hospitality sector are the largest with robust demand and attractive opportunities. To this end, she stated ETCPL is committed at placing the candidates in reputed organisations while ensuring their security.

It mentioned that ETCPL functions under the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Tourism and Hospitality Sector Skill Council, government of India.

Aier also underscored the importance of educational institutes’ role in ensuring employability for the youth. She remarked that ‘education without being employable’ is a serious issue at present times.

“The need to infuse the understanding of employment among students should start early so as to prepare them,” she said adding that the onus lies on educational institutes. She also stated that proper counseling and guidance to the students on job opportunities is a way forward.

Aier informed that ETCPL has a standing MoU with all the recruiting bodies/ organisations in their network to ensure the security and safety of the candidates. Stating that Nagaland is one of the states with highest unemployment rate, she felt that more educational institutes should come forward for collaborations in providing avenues to the youth.

On the occasion, ETCPL also assured to provide internship opportunities to the students of Multimedia and Mass Communication.

Report stated that the organisation also provided sponsorship aid to the department for the upcoming three-day campus film festival scheduled from November 1 to the 3rd on the theme ‘Exploring the world of cinematic realism.’

By EMN Updated: Oct 18, 2022 9:04:44 pm