Ranchi: Highlighting the role of skill development Chief Minister Hemant Soren said his government has taken a pledge for making the youth of the state stand on their feet by enhancing their skills.
Addressing the women associated with SHGs at Hariharpur Panchayat Bhawan he also relaunched the work at Shagun Sutam Stitching Center which had been stopped due to Coronavirus. He said that as per need more such centers would be started.
He assured that the state government would be providing all types of cooperation to such skill centres and said that the government was committed to enhance the skills of the young girls. In his message to the girls he said that if they have skills than they would not have to depend on others therefore the government was working to make the girls and the women empowered and stand on their feet.
At the Stitching centre in Haripur 30 machines have been put up to provide training. The Chief Minister was informed that through this center 600 women would get employment. It was informed that from the centre 80,000 masks have been provided to the district administration while works for stitching school uniforms for kids was on.
The Chief Minister on the occasion also distributed a sum of Rs 51.50 lakh among the beneficiaries. Those present also included senior MLA Stephen Marandi, Basant Soren, and other officials of district administration.