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Workers training programme at Jowai

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A five day training progreamme for workers in unorganized sectors at Jowai on June 22. The Meghalaya Education Minister, Dr R C Laloo while opening the programme said it was the earnest desire of the Govt to provide more employment opportunities to the people with a view to uplifting them socio-economically on all fronts.

The five-day training programme was jointly organized by the Meghalaya Sub-Regional Workers Education Centre, Shillong and the Meghalaya Branch of INTUC.

Those who spoke at the function included Mr E R W Tariang, INTUC Chairman (Labour Cell), Meghalaya and Mr R N Chakravarty, Education Centre, Shillong.

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