STATE TIMES NEWSKATHUA: A Valedictory function was organized by RSETI Kathua on Tuesday to felicitate the RSETI trained candidates of Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Programme Batch, at Conference hall office Kathua under the chairmanship of Ganshyam Singh, Additional Deputy Commissioner Kathua. At the outset, the Director, SBI RSETI Kathua Aklesh Raina, welcomed the dignitaries and the participants. The chairperson emphasized the need of self employment in the development of the nation and the role of the entrepreneurs in the present economic development. The Chairperson advised the candidates to become future entrepreneurs and instead of writing someone else’s account, it is more meaningful to write one’s own account by embarking upon some self employment. The Chairperson also advised that due to unemployment, many youths are left unattended and the Government in its endure to settle them and create self employment opportunities for those youths, has come up with PMEGP and even JKREGP Schemes (exclusively for the Union Territory of J&K) and after that the RSETI’s who impart the Entrepreneur development residential training free of cost so that the beneficiary becomes self sufficient and even can hire others. The Chairperson also advised the participants that this way they can generate the employment for themselves and many others by hiring their services too and help the Nation in eradicating the menace of unemployment. The chairperson also emphasized the need for Entrepreneur Development training and the role of RSETI in the development of fresh and budding entrepreneurs by imparting Free of cost residential training. . The meeting was also attended by Naraian Singh, LDM Kathua, S. Harvinder Singh Distt. Officer KVIC Kathua, Official’s from Distt. Industrial Centre and other Departments and Banks.
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