Kalinga University Organized certificate Distribution ceremony of Skill Development Programmes conducted in collaboration with Jan Shikshan Sansthan

Raipur (thestates.news)|   Skilled people are on high demand today, through training one can generate employment
opportunity for himself emphasized Chairman of JSS, Shri Thakur Ram Singh, Retired IAS officer, Commissioner of Chhattisgarh State Election Commission and also Ex-Collector of various Districts of Chhattisgarh state during Certificate Distribution Ceremony.  He distributed certificates of training to the participants at Auditorium of Kalinga University on Saturday.

Director JSS, Mr Atul Singh and Assistant Programme Officer, Ms Nitanjali was also present for this event. Welcome address was given by Dr Sandeep Gandhi, Registrar of Kalinga University. He explained about the importance of skill training. In his address Shri Thakur Ram Singh opined that the problem of unemployment can be over come through learning different skills.  One can get more job opportunities after getting trained.  It is worth mentioning that trainings were imparted by officials of Kalinga University on General house-keeping under the guidance of Mr Harsh Khare at Kotni. Mushroom Grower skill training by Dr Sushma Dubey at Tandul Village.

Mushroom Grower skill training at Parsada village by Dr Sushma Dubey. Hand Embroidery at Palaud by Dr Smita Premanand and Electrician course by Dr Sunil Kumar, Dr. Aditya Padhi and Mr Rajesh Rawat at Kotni under Jan Shikshan Sansthan (JSS). Total 100 participants took training of different skills.  Twenty participants took training in each skill learning programmes.

Vice Chancellor of Kalinga University, Dr R Shridhar explained through a story that a wood cutter cuts 10 trees in a day using old blunt axe while a skilled wood cutter who sharps his axe using tools cuts more number of trees hence little training can lead to more success.  He informed that people from foreign country visit India to learn different skills. Dr Asha Ambhaikar, Dean Student Welfare, Dr Smita Premanand, Mr Kapil Kelker, Ms Swati
Agrawal, Dr Komal Gupta and other faculty members were present during the programme.