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Indian Himalayan Youth Summit

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The International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD) joined the Sustainable Development Forum of Nagaland (SDFN), YouthNet, and LEAD India to organize the first Indian Himalayan Youth Summit 2013 at Kisama, Nagaland. Chaired by Joshua Sheqi, Associate Director, YouthNet, the inaugural program witnessed a traditional welcome with the Alder group of Khonoma village presenting traditional […]

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e-NGO Workshop

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YouthNet in partnership with NEDF, Elysium Tech organized a two day eNGO workshop on website designing and management on August 5 and 6, 2010. eNGO is a National Initiative of Digital Empowerment Foundation & National Internet Exchange of India, Department of IT, Government of India. Altogether 34 NGOs participated in the workshop and were allotted […]

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Job and Career fairs 2 (2015)

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The second ‘Job and Career Fair’ which was organised by the Department of Labour and Employment in collaboration with YouthNet, witnessed the participation of around 50 reputed companies and vocational institutions. Organised with the view to help youth hone their skills, the two day Fair was inaugurated by Chief Minister of Nagaland, T. R Zeliang. […]

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Job and Career fairs 1 (2013)

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While job and career fairs give both job seekers and job givers an opportunity to interact, connect and link with each other, unemployment remains one of Nagaland’s biggest problems. For each job, there are 16 candidates and the ratio will only increase. In this regard, YouthNet in collaboration with the Government of Nagaland and CII […]

Young Leaders Connect

Young Leaders Connect

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The Northeast, whilst being an integral part of India, continues to remain elusive and has long received focus and attention of relatively insignificant proportion. Rarely has the national media featured the Northeast besides the occasional election, insurgency, an atrocity so huge that it cannot be ignored or a natural disaster. Most Indians have never visited the region […]