Kohima, January 18 (NEx): Deputy Commissioner Zunheboto, Peter Lichamo visited the bamboo workshop which was initiated and sponsored by 32nd Assam Rifles on January 18, 2021. The DC was accompanied by President Sumi Kükami hoho and town GBs.
In a brief interaction with the trainees, the DC, having a proper knowledge with the background he possessed previously with the bamboo mission, talked about the good quality of bamboos naturally found and the significance of usages of bamboo saying that, the world now is stressing so much on biodegradability of commonly used materials in our day to day life. He said Bamboo crafts could be the next big thing and would definitely be a source of livelihood for those who had the will to produce the crafts with sincerity and hardwork.
The DC thanked and appreciated the Assam rifles for providing a platform, to showcase the talents, skills and developing a sense of dignity of labour, mainly to the younger generations of the district.
President Sümi Kükami hoho, Kashito Yeptho, talking to media persons, expressed satisfaction and gratitude to all those involved in the initiative. According to Major, 32nd Assam rifles, Rahul Choudhary, the main aim of the programme was to reach the youths of the district who stayed idle and to provide them a platform of livelihood by refabricating the talents already gifted naturally in them. He also encouraged all to continue working hard to bring out the best in each and every trainee.
The workshop which began on January 11th, 2021 and scheduled to end on January 23rd, is being availed by a total of 51 trainees under the instructors, Ghühevi Khuju and Henivi Aye.
(News source: DIPR)