Centre high on jobs for NE youth

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Ajay Maken, minister in-charge of youth affairs, launched the first public-private sector skill development programme as part of UPA's look north-east policy under Prime Minister's National Skill Development Mission. The ministry will be paying R30,000 per student for skill upgradation whereas the private partner B-Able (Basix Academy for Lifelong Employability) will conduct training and will ensure at least 70 per cent of them get a job.


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