GPTI Welfare Society Distributes certificates to 180 Urban Poor for various Trades

Publish Date : 14/08/2018

Aalo the 14 Aug:- The GPTI Welfare Society/GPTI Skill Training Institute cum Academy in collaboration
with Urban Development and Housing distributed certificates to 180 Urban poor who have completed their
skill training in various trades like mobile phones hardware, videography, photography, construction
painters under ESTP component of DAY- NULM amid cheer and applause at Hotel Aalo today.
Giving away the certificates to all successful trainees, the West Siang Deputy Commissioner
Shri Sode Potom exhorted the young entrepreneurs in various trades to utilise their knowledge and skill
to look out for self employment avenues with professional zeal. He said that our people have been
depending on govt. for our sustenance and this dependence syndrome hinders us to find out self
sustaining avenues and urged Vocational Training Providers to intensify their movement to impart series
of training to poor and unemployed youths of the district so that they make a shift in their thought
pattern to ways and means to stand on their own feet.
The Chairperson cum CEO GPTI Welfare Society/GPTI Skill Training Institute cum Academy, Smti
Topu Basar Ete disclosed that Govt. of India is targeting skill training to 22 million people within
the country within five years and 8000 people in our state have been covered free of costs under target
set for various states of India. She expressed her gratitude to District Urban Development and Housing
for all assistances as the Nodal department to launch the programme and district administration for all
help from time to time. Er. Hally Welly, DD UD& housing spelt out the broad objectives behind the Skill
Development Programme to urban poor and insisted on utilising Know How for the their beneficial uses.
The trainees also shared their experiences in course of the trainings.