Food processing training in Dimapur

Thirty women representatives from 14 SHGs of The Working Woman Project, Dimapur-2 were trained in two batches to make potato edibles like chips, wedges, fresh and frozen fries, potato flour and tapioca/cassava related products from December 27, 2018 to January 12, 2019 at Indisen village, Dimapur. The training was conducted by Zatara Private Limited and funded by the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmer’s welfare, Skill India, STRY program under National Institute of Agricultural Extension Management (MANAGE); and State Agricultural Management and Extension Training Institution (SAMETI), Nagaland. The trainees were taught…

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Education & training in Europe: investment on the rebound but inclusion remains a challenge

Europe relies on effective education systems to equip young people with the skills they need to build their lives as citizens and develop their professional careers. Schools, universities and vocational education and training institutions are the foundation of growth, jobs, innovation and social cohesion. In its 2016 edition of the Education and Training Monitor published today, the European Commission analyses where the European Union and national systems stand, and shows that Member States face a dual task of ensuring adequate financial investment and offering high quality education to young people from all…

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Right to Education: HRD seeks to extend teacher training deadline

The HRD Ministry has moved a Cabinet note to extend the deadline for teacher training till 2020 under the Right to Education (RTE) Act. According to sources, the note was dispatched to Union Law Ministry and NITI Aayog on October 10 for their comments. The decision was taken at the behest of several states, which were requesting an extension, ever since the first deadline under the RTE Act 2009 expired in March last year. Incidentally, the Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE) had passed a similar resolution on Tuesday. The…

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