Williamnagar, Oct 13: Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma on Wednesday handed over graduation certificate to students of ASPIRE Meghalaya, a flagship initiative of Arts and Culture Department, Govt of Meghalaya funded by Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Govt of India at Williamnagar.
The #AspireMeghalaya programme funded by @TribalAffairsIn continues to makes its impact by instilling career & life readiness in tribal youth. Happy to felicitate graduating students of the programme at #Williamnagar today.@PMOIndia @MundaArjun @dpradhanbjp @EduMinOfIndia pic.twitter.com/FHQQbRg2HT
— Conrad Sangma (@SangmaConrad) October 13, 2021
Through ASPIRE Meghalaya, Shillong based Avenues is conducting soft skill and communication training for students from across the State.He also handed over tablets and books to students of Super 30, an initiative of District Administration of East Garo Hills. Super 30 programme selects top 30 students from the district and imparts them career based learning skills.
Distribution of cheques under FOCUS
In the same programme, CM also handed over cheques worth Rs. 9.65 lakh to farmers’ producers group under FOCUS, an initiative of Meghalaya Basin Development Authority. Speaking during the programme, he told the farmers that Govt of Meghalaya would continue to support farmers and will continue to ensure that farmers’ welfare is accorded the top priority.