Skills Development Training for Small Family Businesses | MorungExpress

Participants take part in a hands-on demonstration of detergent manufacturing during the two-day skills development training program.

Dimapur, January 22 (MExN): A two-day skills development training program on “Small Family Business” was organized by STINER-TFC, SASRD: NU, Medziphema Campus, Nagaland Center on 20-21 January at LMLC, Chümoukedima.

Organized in collaboration with the Life Ministry Learning Center (LMLC) Chümoukedima and the District Administration and District Center for Women – Mahila Shakti Kendra (BBBP) Mokokchung, the training program was organized with the aim of creating a spirit business and improve an individual’s skills. , a statement said on Saturday.

According to the statement, the training program was launched to impart skills through small income generating activities for households, which will help an individual to identify, train and nurture their innate talent in the desired field and draw from it. also income. This was an intensive two-day hands-on training program that covered topics such as soap making, liquid detergents and disinfectants, water-soluble calcium, mushroom cultivation, vegetable gardening, banana fiber extraction – added value, smokeless drying of meat and vermicomposting.

The resource persons were experts from LMLC, Chümoukedima, STINER-TFC, SASRD:NU, Medziphema campus and ABFAB, Dimapur. The entire program was divided into different sessions and each session was followed by interactions and feedback from participants, the statement said.

The program was moderated by Samuel Therieh, Director, LMLC, Chümoukedima, while the keynote address was delivered by Dr. Sentirenla Changkiri, Project Assistant, STINER-TFC, SASRD: NU, Medziphema Campus.

Speaking at the closing event of the program, Prof. Akali Sema, Project Manager, STINER-TFC and SASRD Dean, NU, Medziphema Campus encouraged participants to imbibe productive and consistent skills. She further underlined the importance of developing the skills one has and making the most of them, stating that “what the world needs today is not more educated people but more qualified individuals,” the statement said.

The program ended with a word of God from Alemla, Owner, LMLC, Chümoukedima. A total of 15 participants including students, unemployed youths, housewives and SHGs from Mokokchung district participated in the program, according to the statement.

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