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AVACreations and Ministry of Textiles celebrate success of Samarth Scheme

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HT Bureau

GUWAHATI, Sept 3: AVACreations Social Impact Foundation, in partnership with the ministry of Textiles, government of India, achieved a significant milestone with the successful organisation of the ‘Rozgar Mela cum Certificate Distribution Ceremony’ for the Samarth Scheme on Saturday. The event witnessed the presence of esteemed dignitaries, including Kumar Nityanand, deputy secretary of the ministry of Textiles, government of India, who graced the occasion as the chief guest. Dr Kartik Neog, director of the Muga Eri Silkworm Seed Organisation, Central Silk Board, Guwahati, and Dr Siddique Ali Ahmed also honoured the event as the guest of honour and special guest, respectively.

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The Samarth Scheme, a flagship initiative by the ministry of Textiles, is dedicated to skilling, training, and empowering youth with employable skills in the textile sector. Focused on creating sustainable livelihoods, this scheme has played a pivotal role in strengthening the textile industry and providing employment opportunities in rural and semi-urban areas. The ‘Rozgar Mela cum Certificate Distribution Ceremony’ served as a testament to the success and impact of this initiative.

During the ceremony, a total of 107 trainees were presented with training certificates, acknowledging their dedication, hard work, and commitment to learning and upskilling. These trainees underwent rigorous training programs in various sectors of the textile industry, including silk handloom weaving. The event not only celebrated their achievements but also served as a platform to connect them with potential employers, facilitating their entry into the workforce.

Kumar Nityanand, in his address, commended the trainees for their perseverance and highlighted the government’s unwavering support for skill development programs. He emphasised the pivotal role of the textile industry in creating employment opportunities and fostering economic growth, especially in rural areas. The chief guest also lauded the efforts of AVACreations Social Impact Foundation and encouraged more organisations to collaborate in similar endeavours.

Dr Kartik Neog, the guest of honour, underscored the significance of sustainable textile practices and the promotion of indigenous silk varieties like Muga Eri. He encouraged the trainees to utilise their skills to contribute to the preservation of traditional crafts and become change agents in the industry.

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Dr Siddique Ali Ahmed, as the special guest, applauded the inclusive approach of the Samarth Scheme, empowering individuals from marginalised communities and providing them with equal opportunities. He stressed the transformative impact of such initiatives on the lives of beneficiaries and expressed his support for ongoing efforts in the field of skill development.

The ‘Rozgar Mela cum Certificate Distribution Ceremony’ of the Samarth Scheme at AVACreations Social Impact Foundation was an outstanding success, marking a significant milestone in bridging the skill gap in the textile industry.

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