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DB Tech launches Project in Meghalaya and Nagaland


By Raju Philip
Union Minister of State for Rural Development Ms Agatha Sangma inaugurating the DB Tech Project in Tura.
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New Delhi, Mar. 15. Tura, 13 March 2011-03-15
Union Minister of State for Rural Development Ms Agatha K Sangma inaugurated the Bosco Academy for Skills & Employment (BASE) project on 13 March at Don Bosco School, Tura. The project envisages training and employment for 7800 youth from Meghalaya and Nagaland.
The programme is funded by the Union Ministry for Rural Development under the Swarnajayanti Gram Swarojbgar Yojana (SGSY) which aims to provide employment-linked, market-oriented training to BPL (below poverty line) youngsters in the age group of 18 to 35 years.

Under the SGSY special project, the Union Ministry for Rural Development has granted four projects to Don Bosco Tech (DBTech) to train several thousand youth of the country. In Meghalaya, Shillong, Umran and Mendal are the other DB Tech centres which will provide the training.

DB Tech will initially provide training in tourism and hospitality sectors, with basic skills in computers. In the hospitality sector, specific training will be given to selected candidates in food and beverages wing. Each course will be of three months' duration.

Inaugurating the project the minister exhorted the youth and of North East India to make use of the training facilities available in Don Bosco to qualify themselves, get employed and become self-reliant so that they can face the future with courage and confidence.

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