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Free stipendiary training program for differently abled launched in Shillong

As a support measure, the enrolled beneficiaries will receive a monthly stipend of Rs. 2,500/- via the Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) process throughout the training period.

Shillong:

The National Career Service Centre for Differently Abled in Shillong has introduced a free stipendiary training program in Computer Application and Electrical & Home Appliances Repairing, exclusively tailored for Persons with Disabilities (Divyangjans). This initiative aims to empower individuals belonging to categories such as Orthopedically Handicapped, Visual Impairment, Hearing Impairment, Mild Intellectual Disability, Multiple Disabilities, and Nile Leprosy Cured.

The training program is set to span from six months to a maximum of one year, providing comprehensive skill development to the candidates. As a support measure, the enrolled beneficiaries will receive a monthly stipend of Rs. 2,500/- via the Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) process throughout the training period.

Prospective candidates interested in this opportunity are encouraged to submit their bio-data and essential documents, including educational qualifications, disability certificate, Aadhar card, caste certificate, passport size photo, and bank account details, to the office located at Keating Road on or before September 30, 2023.

The National Career Service Centre for Differently Abled, formerly known as VRC, operates under the Directorate General of Employment (DGE), Ministry of Labour & Employment, Government of India. Since October 2022, it has been dedicated to enhancing the welfare of Persons with Disabilities (PwDs) in Meghalaya through various activities such as counselling, evaluation, non-formal vocational training, rehabilitation, and other outreach programs, aiming to integrate them into the mainstream model of development.

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