JAMMU: Aatmanirbhar Skills-a venture for employment creation among unemployed youth was inaugurated virtually at Jammu on Monday.The proceedings began with lighting of the lamp and Saraswati Vandana by Chief Guest, Swami Kumar of Geeta Satsang Ashram.The Guests of Honour present in the virtual Zoom meeting were Kuldeep Khoda (Former DGP, J&K) , Prof. Ashok Aima (VC-Central University Jammu), Dr. R.L Hangloo (Ex- VC Allahabad University) and Raj Nehru (VC Vishwakarma Skill Development University, Haryana). Speaking on the occasion, the Chief Guest applauded the efforts of the group of individuals who have initiated this project.The Chief Guest emphasizing the need for the youth to attain self-sustaining skills, appreciated the efforts of Aatmanirbhar Skills as a timely step in the right direction.Aatmanirbhar Skills is an operative arm of Kashyap Jambhu Koushal Nirmaan Trust (KJKN Trust) with six founder members, namely-Ashutosh Hanjura, K.K Bhat, Vir Saraf, Murarji Kaul, Vivek Kaul and Ravinder Tikoo.Making an online presentation, the Chairman of the KJKN Trust Ashutosh Hanjura briefed the guests about the mission and highlights of Aatmanirbhar Skills Online venture.Vice K.K Bhat of the Trust introduced the courses to be taken up in the initial stage. He informed that, to begin with, four courses will be offered to the willing and eligible children – Electrical, Electronics, Robotics and Mechatronics.All the courses will be applied in content enabling students to become economically independent by starting their own enterprises, even at a household level. Alternately being industry-specific, the courses will immensely enhance the job-efficiency of the children in the private sector.The General Secretary Vir Saraf, briefed the gathering on the necessity of bringing about a change in the outlooks of the society as far as new age educational and technological skill development are concerned.Those who spoke on the occasion include Kuldeep Khoda, who appreciated the effort and emphasized upon the need for such initiatives at all levels.Prof. Ashok Aima, who emphasized the need for like-minded networking with administrative and corporate institutions and units. He also delved on the requirement of having our youth in the administrative structure of civil and allied services within and even outside J&K, as a futuristic step. Dr. R.L Hangloo, who while speaking about the possibilities of global tie-ups with similar institutions, also congratulated the Trust members.Abhay Hanjura, a young and successful entrepreneur of the community, also spoke of his experiences and urged the youth to not be reliant on jobs in general and take entrepreneurship in a big way.All the courses offered will be free of cost for the economically weaker sections whose annual family income is less than Rs 5 lakh.Vikram Koul of the KP Volunteers presented the vote of thanks on behalf of the trust.
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