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Community event in Lawbah village promotes leather industry awareness

The village-level event involved various individuals, including M. Ram, State Director of KVIC Shillong, O.S. Suin, MLA of Mawsynram Constituency, A. Malngiang, General Manager of DCIC Office, and Gram Panchayat Heads, along with executive members of Lawbah village Dorbar. Approximately 100 villagers participated in the event.

MAWSYNRAM:

The Lamlynti Border Farm Society organised an event at Lawbah village in the Multipurpose Hall under Mawsynram C&RD Block, East Khasi Hills District, to raise awareness about leather activities.

The village-level event involved various individuals, including M. Ram, State Director of KVIC Shillong, O.S. Suin, MLA of Mawsynram Constituency, A. Malngiang, General Manager of DCIC Office, and Gram Panchayat Heads, along with executive members of Lawbah village Dorbar. Approximately 100 villagers participated in the event.

R. Marwein, the Headman of Lawbah village, addressed the participants, emphasising the importance of the event. Embhah Rymbai, President of Lamlynti Border Farm Society, delivered a welcome speech to commence the proceedings. O.S. Suin, MLA of Mawsynram Constituency, recognised the efforts of Lamlynti Border Farm Society in manufacturing arecanut plates and encouraged participants to seize opportunities for economic development.

State Director of KVIC Shillong, Mange Ram, elaborated on the Gramodyog Vikas Yojana (GVY) scheme and other schemes offered by KVIC, DCIC, and KVIB to support entrepreneurs and unemployed youth. A. Malngiang of DCIC Shillong highlighted various schemes, including Home Stay and manufacturing units, and mentioned plans to establish a training centre in Mawsynram.

Neville D. B. Nongrang provided insights into the PMEGP Scheme, covering both the service and manufacturing sectors. M. Lyngdoh stressed the importance of the GVY Scheme for promoting village industries and urged participants to seize opportunities for economic growth.

M. Iangjuh, an advisor of Lamlynti Border Farm Society, conveyed gratitude to all participants, concluding the event with a photo session.

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