Land of opportunities
The J & K administration is trying to provide maximum opportunities to the youth so that they can sustain themselves financially.
Recently the J & K government decided to provide skill education and also separate skill institutes so that youth after completing the education can be self-sustaining.
Recently, the Advisor to LG asked the management of the University to explore the possibilities in other sectors like Tourism, Hydropower, Construction and others so that youth can be imparted high-end skills and maximum employment avenues are created for them. The Advisor also asked the LTSU representatives to explore the possibilities of upskilling the paramedical staff here as the region has witnessed significant milestones in the health sector in the last couple of years and there is an ample need of upskilling.
Highlighting about maintaining close coordination and synergy between the department and LTSU, he delved upon the officers of SDD and representatives of University to prepare a line of action plan so that the fruits of this collaboration are reaped to its maximum. He also asked them to work in tandem and prepare a plan for revision of curriculum in the Skill institutes across Jammu and Kashmir.
He asked the university management to align that curriculum with the best in practice across the country so that the youth of J&K are skilled as per the contemporary industrial ecosystem.