Arunachal Pradesh Cabinet minister Tumke Bagra on Monday inaugurated the first of its kind Employment Enhancement Training course for students belonging to non-engineering backgrounds under Rajiv Gandhi University via video conferencing.
The training programme aims at providing an opportunity to the students of Arunachal Pradesh in learning important skills sets that will prepare them to compete in the job market. The program not only aims at imparting the students with skills but also to provide an opportunity to participate in Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) placement program. It will also focus on enhancing and improving the confidence level of the participants and harnessing their communication skills.
Speaking on the occasion, Bagra appreciated the joint efforts for organising such an event that would provide an opportunity to the youth to develop their skills. He further suggested TCS to conduct more such training programmes in near future covering more colleges of the state. The Vice-chancellor of Rajiv Gandhi University (RGU) Prof. Saket Khushwaha also encouraged the youth of the state to actively participate in the program for better placement opportunities as the skills taught in the program will help them in their future endeavours.