As a part of the University’s outreach programme christened ‘Swabalamban’, the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering organised a week-long free training programme on house wiring for the educated unemployed youth of the locality from 28th November to 3rd December 2016.
‘Swabalamban’ which began three years back is the University’s outreach programme, which aims at skilling and empowering the unemployed local youth, thus enabling them with the capacity of self-employment and livelihood. The programme had been hugely successful in the previous two years and some of the trainees are now either self-employed or being employed in various organisations, by virtue of the training they received.
This year’s training programme, sponsored by the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering has 8 participants from Hatkhowapara, Noapara, Bongara and Godhuli Bazar area of Azara locality.
The 6-day training programme, conducted under the supervision of Mr. Arun Kr. Senapoty along with Mr. Pankaj Kr. Roy, Mr. Sushil Kr. Minj and Mrs. Purabi Deka at Azara campus of the University from 28th November to 3rd December 2016, was supported by the faculties, staff and students at all levels of mobilization, training and placement of unemployed youths of the area. Certificates are awarded to all the participants in a formal valedictory session that concluded the programme.