CII, Britsh Council and City and Guilds to impart training under BAGFS.
SIRSA NEWS ( www.SirsaNews.com )
28 July, 2011
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Those students of Sirsa who have dropped out in the age group of 18 to 35 years will be imparted training in automobiles, hospitality, agriculture and other allied services by Confederation of Indian Industries (CII),British Council and City and Guilds Companies under Backward Area Grant Fund Scheme. While stating this here today, Deputy Commissioner Dr. Yudhbir Singh Khyalia said that training in automobiles, hospitality and agriculture related services would be provided by CII and City and Guilds Companies and British Council in English language. He said that initially, CII and City and Guilds Companies would impart training to 600 dropout students in each trade. Training in automobiles would be imparted at industrial training institute, Sirsa and in hospitality at Shaheed Bhagat Singh Sports Stadium. The training would be provided free of cost.The British Council
would impart training in English speaking course to the trainees to enable them speak English fluently. The period of the training would be three months and certificates would be given to the trainees by a globally recognized institute-City and Guilds, London institute. The national and international companies would be contacted for theplacement of these students after the completion of training course, he added. Dr. Khyalia appealed to the dropout students to take benefit of these courses. They could personally contact the skill training centre started in front of Khairpur Chowki for admission.
Haryana Women and Child Development Department has cautioned the people against the Anganwadi Training Centres opened by Mother Satya Educational and Welfare Society, Jind in almost all the districts of Haryana saying that these training centres are not recognised from any institute,office or government department. A Spokesman of the Department said that the Anganwadi Training Centres set up by Mother Satya Educational and Welfare Society, Jind were charging a fee of Rs500, Rs 700 and Rs 900 besides registration fee of Rs 100, whereas the ten Anganwadi centres set up by Women and Child Development Department,Haryana were providing free training to all the Anganwadi workers and helpers. The working of Mother Satya Educational and Welfare Society,Jind appeared to be suspicious. He cautioned the people against the cheating and forgery being done by the Society. He said that the Women and Child Development Department,Haryana was running ten Anganwari training centres in the state to impart training to the Anganwadi workers and helpers.Out of these centres, eight were being run by Haryana State Child Welfare Council in district Panchkula, Gurgaon, Bhiwani, Faridabad, Rohtak, Hisar, Rewari and Sirsa and two Anganwadi training centres were being run by Kasturba Gandhi National Memorial Trust.These Anganwadi training centres were provided 90 per cent financial assistance by Government of India and ten per cent by the state government.