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ATMA Wokha organized skill training for rural youths

Earlier this month, a six-day training program was held for the rural youths under Skill Training of Rural Youth (STRY). It was a joint venture of the Agricultural Technology Management Agency (ATMA), and Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) Wokha, and was themed around mushroom production techniques.


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The official press release stated that the objective of the training is to provide skill-based training to rural youth on agro-based vocational areas, and as a result to generate enhance their employability. The program which complies with National Policy on Skill Development & Entrepreneurship in Agriculture also had practical demonstrations, fields visit – poultry unit, piggery unit, fish cum duck farming, and so on. Read More.

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