NCC, NGO join forces to provide skill training and employment opportunities

ITANAGAR, Jul 10: Under the initiative and guidance of the North Eastern Region NCC Directorate, a Homestay host training program was held at IGGC, Tezu in collaboration with the NGO REACHA and funded by IIFL (India Infoline Group. This initiative has successfully placed six candidates at Sterling Hotels in Manali, Mussoorie, and Darjeeling, a statement from NCC’s 1st Arunachal Pradesh Battalion said on Wednesday.

It said that the trainees joined their respective hotels this past week. Subani Meyor (Walong, Anjaw) and Jija Mipi (Anni, Dibang Valley) have commenced their roles at Sterling Manali. Mawa Melo and Nuya Miso (both from Punli, Dibang Valley) have started at Sterling Mussoorie. Esuli Molo (Angrim, Dibang Valley) and Pinika Taidong (Changlang) have joined Sterling Darjeeling.

Throughout their journey, the REACHA team has provided continuous counselling to the trainees and their families.

Maj Gen Gagan Deep, Additional Director General of the North Eastern Region NCC, expressed his gratitude to the IIFL Foundation and REACHA for transforming the lives of youth in the remote areas of Arunachal Pradesh. He highlighted that the success of these six candidates will inspire others to follow suit. This initiative aligns with the vision of the Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region to further empower and strengthen the communities of the Northeast. The achievements of these trainees will serve as role models and case studies, encouraging and motivating other community members to pursue their dreams, he said.