Vice Chairperson of J&K SCs, STs & BCs Development Corp, Balbir Ram Rattan interacting with Patron of Study Villa, R.K Chahotra at Jammu.
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JAMMU: The main objective and goal of skill development courses is to create opportunities, space and scope for the development of talents of the youth of this country, particularly of those who have hidden talents but have not been able to utilise it for one or the other reason. The idea is also to develop more of those sectors which have already been put under skill development for the last few years, said Jammu and Kashmir Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes & Backward Classes Development Corporation Limited, Vice Chairperson, Balbir Ram Rattan, adding that efforts of the government at the centre and in the state are also to identify new sectors for skill development in addition to what is being done at present in the state.
Balbir Ram Rattan said that there are many families and individuals who have a lot of talent and skills in our state but they have not been able to hone it in right direction due to lack of opportunities. However, now that the Central Government has started these skill development courses, there is need is to create more and more awareness at all levels so that deserving get benefits of the same. He further said that efforts are being made to train the underprivileged, unemployed, unskilled, semi skilled in a state of art technology and making them skilled and employable for a dignified living.
Balbir Ram Rattan made these observations while interacting with and seeking detailed information about various skill development courses from R.K Chahotra, Patron, Study Villa, a registered NGO being run in Roop Nagar area of Jammu city which imparts training in such courses for the benefit of unemployed males and females.
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