The North Eastern Council (NEC) has come forward to promote ambitious government initiative programmes Make in India, Smart Cities, Skill India, Digital India and Start Up India to create more jobs for young designers.
An inaugural programme will be held at Don Bosco Technical School, Shillong at 10:30 am tomorrow under the auspices of North Eastern Council secretariat in collaboration with AMTRON. Asufii Christian College, Senapati, Manipur will, also, join it. This programme aims at training youth who have passed Class 12.
The primary objective of the project is to train local youth in the identified areas to acquire the best knowledge as per the international standards to get the best employment opportunity in the world design industry.
NEC along with AMTRON is focusing on developing the infrastructure for training of youth in Use Case technologies deployment like 3D Printing and 5G at Shillong and Senapati district in Manipur to allow an optimal use.
The course will be a six-month certificate course in Graphic Designing and Animation and the course is NSQF-4 compliant. A total of 96 students will be benefited with this course (48 students per location).
The infra so developed shall be used for training of use case deployment for technologies like 3D printing, 5G at both the premises to allow the optimal use. AMTRON is already in touch ALIMCO officials for using these animation labs for using students at these labs for digital designing of brochures/publicity materials in local North East languages against payment of stipend to students, using students at these labs for digital designing of training/instructional videos/3D Animations in local languages against payment of stipend to students and holding workshops/training programmes (evenings) for needs of ALIMCO.
NEC Secretary K Moses Chalai opines that this initiative will open a whole new world for the younger generation in the field of designing industry which will benefit all across the North East region.
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