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NYK Chandel organises training programme for youths

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A 5 days “Training of Tribal Youth as Social Animators” has begun yesterday at RDS Training Centre, Khongjom. The Training Programme is being organised by Nehru Yuva Kendra Chandel under the aegis of Rajiv Gandhi Nation Institute of Youth Development, Sriperumbudur, Tamil Nadu.
In the inaugural function of the training programme S. Sambhunath Singh, Assistant Commissioner, Chandel was the Chief Guest of the function. Smt. Ch. Chandani Devi, Eminent Artist and Shri K. Lokendro Singh, Secy. USYDA were also attended the function as President and Guest of Honour respectively.
Shri Kh. Robindro Singh, Director, RDS, Wangjing was attended the function as Special Guest.
40 tribal youths viz. Kuki, Maring, Anal, Kabui, Tangkhul and Chothe tribes from Senapati, Imphal East, Imphal West, Chandel and Bishnupur has been participating in the training programme.
In his welcome and Keynote address W. Ibohal Singh, District Youth Coordinator, Nehru Yuva Kendra Chandel highlighted about the importance of organising such training programme especially for the tribal youths. The training programme will gives various information and knowledge on various programmes and schemes of tribal being implemented by the various departments and agencies.
S. Sambhunath Singh, Assistant Commissioner, Chandel thanked the NYK Chandel and RGNIYD for taking up such new initiatives. He further says that NYK is one of the largest organisations for empowering youths. Youth should not miss the opportunities of attending various training programmes being organised by NYK.
During the training programme various topics like Definition of Tribe- Characteristic Features of Tribe –Demographic Profile, Social Animation – Meaning and Utility, Tribal Policies, Programmes and Tribal Youth Empowerment, Tribal Situation – Problem analysis and Alternatives, Tribal Administration – Constitutional Safeguards pertaining to Tribes, Right to Information Act, Socio-Economic Situation of Tribal Youth of Manipur, Educational and Other Schemes for Tribes, Personality Development, Leadership Issues among Tribes in Manipur, Displacement Impact Analysis, Livelihood Issues, Gender Discrimination, Ethnic Rivalry, Discrimination against Tribes etc. will be taught by different facilitators through lecture, Participatory Exercises, PowerPoint presentation, Field visit, group discussion etc.

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