NYKS organizes 3-day ToT programme

KT NEWS SERVICE. Dated: 9/25/2019 12:19:58 AM

JAMMU, Sep 24: Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan (NYKS) organized 3-days Training for Trainers (ToT) programme for National Youth Volunteers of J&K at Sidhra.
The training to be imparted by J&K Institute of Management and Public Administration and Rural Development (JKIMPARD), beginning today, will culminate on September 26, 2019.
The training programme was inaugurated by the chief guest Madan Lal, Joint Director Department of Youth Services and Sports, J&K and Bikram Singh Gill, Director, NYKS by lighting the lamp.
Prof Reva Sharma, Director Training, JKIMPARD presented the welcome address and in her address she highlighted that apart from implementation of various policies and programmes for development of youth, skill development was very important aspect of training especially for unemployed youth. Dr Ruchi Gupta, Course Coordinator from IMPARD briefed the participants about the schedule of ToT programme.
Chief guest, in his address, highlighted that central and state governments were giving top priority to youth welfare, developmental programmes and were launching various programmes activities in J&K state. In this regard a sincere and coordinated endeavour was required to implement these programmes at grass root level to drive them from negativity to positivity, he said. He also stressed the need to aware and educate the youth about their role in social service, eradication of social evils, like drug abuse, etc in national building. He appealed the youth to get benefits of skill development, self-employment schemes being implemented by the government.
Bikram Singh Gill, in his key-note address, highlighted the vision, mission, aims and objectives of training to make it effective and result oriented for National Youth Volunteers by giving special emphasis on knowledge, skills and attitudes. He stressed that this training would help in a long way to skillfully train 554 National Youth Volunteers in J&K state so that they could perform their duties and responsibilities in the field for development of youth.
In the 3-day training programme, specialist from JKIMPARD and various other departments would impart training focussed on youth welfare and development and national youth policies and programmes, life skills and personality development, youth profile, formation, functioning and sustenance of Youth Clubs, emerging India –challenges and opportunities, working with community and resource mobilization, skill development, documentation and reporting, role of IT and social media, core, special and coordination programmes of NYKS and Ministry of Youth Affairs and sports.
N.A. Shah, Deputy Director, NYKS presented vote of thanks. The programme was attended by Pawan Kumar Amrawat, Deputy Director, NYKS Jammu, Nisar Ahmed Bhat, District Youth Coordinator Jammu, deputy directors, district youth coordinators, programme coordinators, prominent persons and 35 participants from Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh region.



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