STATE TIMES NEWS LEH: Govt cannot provide job to everyone, as such, youth must endeavour for gaining skill-efficiency in different fields in order to start their own business units for becoming successful entrepreneurs. This was stated by the Chief Executive Councilor, LAHDC Leh, Jamyang Tsering Namgyal on Monday while addressing youth during valedictory function of 21-day long training programme, organised by JK Entrepreneurship Developm-ent Institute, at JKEDI premises, Leh. The Chief Executive Councilor, LAHDC Leh, Jamyang Tsering Namgyal was the Chief Guest while Councilor Chushul Konchok Stanzin was also present on the occasion. Sharing ideas about viable businesses with upcoming entrepreneurs of Leh, Namgyal said that local products can be largely used for making school uniforms for students instead of importing non-biogradable items from outside Ladakh. He stressed upon the need for developing a good design for school uniforms, so that students can feel pride in wearing them. Pointing towards unique local resources and some untouched sectors, which have huge potentiality for business, Jamyang said that agro-based products and dairy-productions are something that can explore massive job opportunities for youth across the district. Our lands are highly conducive for a number of cash crops, that too of organic value, said Namgyal, urging youth for growing high-quality vegetables for local consumption instead of importing non-local vegetables. He further said that LAHDC, at present, is actively working on devising a mechanism to stop importing non-local vegetables during peak summer, as it would not only give a good business opportunity to locals but also improve health of people. Jamyang Tsering Namgyal appreciated J&K Entrepreneurship Development Institute Leh, headed by its Executive Manager, Dorjey Wangchuk for holding entrepreneurship development programmes, from time to time, for welfare of business-aspirant youth. Councilor Chushul, Konchok Stanzin also spoke on the occasion and gave valuable tips to upcoming entrepreneurs. Earlier, the Executive Manager, Dorjey Wangchuk highlighted the objectives of the institute and various entrepreneurship programmes initiated under different schemes.
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