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BJYM leader distributes kits under PMKVY

To encourage youth segment, Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojna (PMKVY) has proved to be a great initiative started by PM Narendra Modi which has helped youth not only in Jammu and Kashmir but whole of India and continuing its growth in Jammu as well, Symnotic infotech institute at Rehari Colony organized an impressive program under Chairmanship of Rajan Gupta where kits were distributed amongst dozens of students who are receiving training under PMKVY in various streams including Retail Sales Associate and Data Entry Operator. The kits were distributed by State Vice President BJYM (Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha) & Incharge Jammu West Karan Sat Sharma who was also Chief Guest on the occasion.
Speaking on the occasion, Karan Sat Sharma said that PMKY is an initiative which is first of its kind and a separate Ministry has also been created for this department by Modi Government whose aim is to develop skill amongst youth so that they can go for the option of self entrepreneurship & jobs and this scheme is taken up on a very high scale by the Government so that no segment of society is left behind.
He said that courses under PMKVY are absolutely free of cost and various courses which are considered to be important in todays life are taught under this scheme and best thing about it is that assessment fees are completely paid by the Central Government which is a great relief for youth segment who cannot afford to pay for same type of courses in private institutions.
He also appealed the youth to take benefit of such schemes launched by Central Government and diplomas obtained after completion of courses under the scheme will also prove beneficial for getting jobs in various streams as they are directly issued by Central Government.
Shivani, Sheena, Kirna Devi, Mohan Lal, Kartik, Radha Rani, Narinder Kumar, Sudhanshu Anand, Jyotika Anand, Neha Kumari, Anita Devi, Koushal Kumar, Ankit Kumar, Pooja Devi, Rohit Sharma, Sanjay Sawhney, Ashok Kumar, Ravi Sharma and others were present.