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Govt starts skill development academy under Jammu smart City Project, 250 to be trained per year

The students said that this is a very good initiative taken by the Government for the unemployed youth as this skill development training will help them in secu…

Jammu (Jammu and Kashmir), November 2 — The Jammu and Kashmir administration has started the 'Smart City Skill development project', to impart skill training to 250 trainees every year. They have started the skill development programme in association with the ICICI Foundation.
"In association with ICICI Academy for Skills, the J-K administration will provide the trainees with free meals, study materials, and uniforms. The building of a non-functional government polytechnic institute has been renovated to house the skill development academy, which has been equipped in accordance with a world-class facility," according to an official statement.
This is the first Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) certified green building in the UT of J-K having its own sewage treatment plant and rainwater harvesting facility. The students said that this is a very good initiative taken by the Government for the unemployed youth as this skill development training will help them in securing a good job and a bright future.

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Source: ANI

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