DC inaugurates Skill Training Program under PM Vishwakarma scheme at ITI Ganderbal

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GANDERBAL, FEBRUARY 03: In a significant step towards empowering the local workforce, Deputy Commissioner (DC) Ganderbal, Shyambir today inaugurated a skill training program in carpentry trade under the prestigious PM Vishwakarma scheme at the Government Industrial Training Institute (ITI) Ganderbal.

The program is set to provide 5 days of Basic Skill Training for the first batch of 30 trainees, marking the commencement of a valuable initiative aimed at enhancing vocational skills and empowering individuals in the carpentry trade.

The inauguration ceremony witnessed the presence of General Manager DIC Ganderbal, Zahid Ahmad Khan; Superintendent ITI Ganderbal, Mubashir Hafiz Jan; master trainers and all trainees.

Addressing the gathering, DC highlighted the collaborative efforts of different line departments in implementing the PM Vishwakarma scheme in the district. He underscored the scheme’s potential to benefit artisans by empowering them with innovative skills to earn a livelihood, ultimately contributing to the economic growth of the district.

The DC urged the trainees to utilize the most of the facilities available at ITI during their skill training to the maximum, emphasizing the importance of acquiring practical expertise in carpentry.

GM DIC Ganderbal, elaborated on the various benefits of the scheme, emphasizing its positive impact on society, particularly on the Traditional Craftsman community.

The scheme is envisioned to enhance individual careers besides contributing to the overall development of the country.

Expressing gratitude, beneficiaries of the first batch acknowledged the opportunity provided through the PM Vishwakarma Scheme. They pledged to dedicate themselves to acquiring skills that would not only benefit their personal careers but also contribute to the overall development of the district.

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