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Media persons interact with Swarna Jayanti Swa Rozgar trainees in Guwahati

GUWAHATI, FEBRUARY 20: 30 trainees, mostly women, undergoing a 90-day course in hospitality and housekeeping under the Swarna Jayanti Swa Rozgar Yojana, completed a month of training on Thursday. On this occasion, a media interaction programme was organised to provide an opportunity to journalists to know about the scheme in details and hear the experiences of the trainees straight from their mouth.

Welcoming the journalists, Neyajuddin Ahmed, Placement Officer, Ajmal Foundation informed that the current programme is sponsored by Guwahati Municipal Corporation and being implemented by Ajmal Foundation under a programme of the Union Ministry for Minority Affairs, Govt of India.
Ahmed further informed that the Foundation has trained nearly 8,000 youth across 14 districts of Assam in the past under the Skill Training for Employment & Placement Scheme (STEPS) of which 7,365 have already got employment in hospitality, telecom, retail sales, and other FMCG sectors in different parts of the country.
Interacting with the media, two of the resource persons of the programme, Siddharta Sarma and Rupam Kakati gave the details of the classroom and outdoor activities that have been chalked out for the trainees and these cover areas such as communication skills, knowledge of English and Hindi languages, basic etiquette and manners, and various aspects of hospitality and housekeeping needs in quality hotels that cater to tourists and corporate clients.

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