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BTR CEM Pramod Boro Lauds NTPC GEM Initiative

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HT Correspondent
 On Friday, BTR CEM Pramod Boro interacted with the 40 Girl Empowerment Mission (GEM) girls of NTPC Bongaigaon under its ‘Meet the Role Models’ initiative and also as a part of their educational tour to BTC Secretariat.
Boro praised the girls for their knowledge on various subjects and asked them about their aim in life. He also spoke about the importance of values that the girls should incorporate in their life and gave them various tips of becoming a better human being for the nation.
Pramod Boro also shared his journey as chief executive member, BTR and highlighted various achievements and schemes of the government towards the development of girls in the region.
Earlier, the GEM children of NTPC Bongaigaon Salakati took a day long tour of the Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) Secretariat where they visited the BTR Secretariat, assembly and also interacted with executive members and senior officials of the council.
Reo Reoa Narzihary, BTR executive member, Industry, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship and Legal Metrology; BTR executive member Diganta Baruah, Irrigation, Museum & Archaeology, Ayush also interacted with the girls in their office in presence of senior officials of the council.
The girls were amazed to see the infrastructure and the functioning of the state administration. NTPC has provided a platform for the girls to showcase their talents and capabilities which will nurture their creativity and sharpen their psychological, social and emotional growth for lifetime through their four-week Girl Empowerment Mission (GEM) at its premises in Salakati, Kokrajhar. NTPC Bongaigaon is conducting the program for the first time and said that the shortlisted 40 girls between the age group 10-12 years have come a long way right from the baseline survey, medical examination, registration process and are now finally at this campus.
Shashi Shekhar, additional general manager (HR), NTPC Bongaigaon and the faculties of GEM were also present during the meeting.

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