Monday, July 30, 2018

Not for glamour but employment encourage Naga youths to join aviation industry

Dimapur:  More than 70,000 government jobs are required in Nagaland because there are more than 70,000 youths registered as ‘unemployed’ at the Directorate of Employment (2017) and there are additional unaccounted numbers of unregistered unemployed youths.

The prospect for youths in the govt. sector looks bleak because the govt. sectors in the state is saturated and unemployment is a major challenge as termed by state legislators and leaders as well.

It was during the inauguration of Emporium Training & Consultancy Pvt. Ltd. in Dimapur recently, the advisor to the state chief minister for Skill Development Kazheto Kinimi asserted “with less scope for employment opportunity in the state and with no big factories, companies or industries to give employment to the many number of youths, the Peoples’ Democratic Alliance (PDA) govt was committed to impart and empower the youths with the skills training and help in self employment and other employment opportunities”.
29/07/18 Eastern Mirror

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