Chief Minister spent Rs 4 crore in Parri village of Surajpur district :Laivalihud College Launched

Chief Minister spent Rs 4 crore in Parri village of Surajpur district :Laivalihud College Launched

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh inaugurated the Livelihoodhud College at village Parri in Surajpur district at a cost of around 4 crore rupees. The Chief Minister observed various faculties in the college and talked to the youth taking the training.

The Chief Minister told the youth that in 2012 Livalihud College was started from Dantewada. Then we had the goal of reaching it in all the districts of the state. Today, it is being delighted to inform that according to the target, livelihoods have been opened in all the districts of the state. He said that whenever I meet the children of LivialHud College, I feel happy because these children are moving forward in the path of self reliance with the help of their skills.
Dr. Singh said that there is some skill in every person, it is necessary to refine him. We have established LivialHud colleges to refine such skills. He said that with the establishment of Livialhud College, the state government has also given the youth the legal right to upgrade skills.
The Chief Minister also handed over the appointment letter to the two youth who were training in the college on behalf of a private company. Mr. Maheshwar Kumar Patil of Village Karakoti Bhayyathan got a job in Pune's Palash Technology and Kumari Rimi Singh of Ramanujanagar got a job in BSF Plastics Company of Pune. The Chief Minister gave them appointment letters. The Chief Minister also spoke to Prince Kumar of Kepapara Vitthalpur and Mr. Harvansh Pacra of Sitapur. Both of these are training for motor mechanics.
He told the Chief Minister that after completing the training, he would open his own garage in his village. The Chief Minister bestowed the college trainees best wishes for the bright future. On this occasion, Home Minister Shri Ramsevak Pakra, Labor Minister Shri Bhaiya Lal Rajwada, Lok Sabha MP Mr. Kamal Bhan Singh and former Minister Smt. Renuka Singh were also present.



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