Nagaland government has launched a skilling programme for returnee migrant workers. They will initially train 100 people who had to come back to the state due to the COVID-19 crisis. The state government will conduct the program with support from the North East Council. The training program comes under the ‘Livelihood Generation Programme for Returned Migrant Workers’. There are about 16,000 migrant workers who have returned to Nagaland.
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Imnatiba, the advisor for Industries and Commerce said, “The programme is an outcome of the state government’s efforts to ease the issues of unemployment and displacement caused by the pandemic,”