Five days Awareness and Training Program on Micro/Mini Hydro Project was held at YouthNet Main Office, Kohima; from 23rd till 27th July 2018. The program was jointly conducted by NESREADM in partnership with YouthNet for unemployed youth of Nagaland, and sponsored by USAID with CLEAN as the principal implementers and facilitated along with the Department […]
YouthNet and Nagaland State Rural Livelihood Mission organized a Job fair cum counselling of DDU-GKY candidate at Hopongkyu Memorial hall, Kiphire on July 30; to encouraged the youths to seek out and explore opportunities in the private sectors. The event saw hundreds of youth from different villages under Kiphire district come and availing the job […]
Job seekers thronged the Tetso College auditorium as the two-day job fair, organized by YouthNet in partnership with Tetso College, began Friday. About 30 companies have set up stalls to interview job seekers both fresher’s as well as experienced in different fields like IT, management, hospitality, retail, banking etc. Some of the clients participating […]
Young Leaders Connect-5 in Itanagar. Itanagar: The fifth edition of Young Leaders Connect (YLC) was successfully inaugurated at Itanagar on the 28th and 29th. YLC is a YouthNet initaitive and an annual conclave where leaders from diverse fields like business, politics, academia etc come together, put their heads and hearts together to plan where they […]
Nagaland Youth Summit 2016 was held on February 26 and 27 at the NBCC Convention Centre, Kohima under the theme ‘Celebrating Young Nagas; Preparing the Next Generation’. The event was organized by YouthNet in partnership with the state government and under the patronage of the Chief Minister, TR Zeliang. The summit also commemorated the 10th anniversary of […]
Joining hands with the Kohima Baptist Pastors’ Fellowship, YouthNet co-organised a one day seminar under the theme “Clean Up Kohima.” The Seminar gave emphasis on the problems of sanitation in the town while speakers from various government departments as well as Civil Societies underscored the need for a cleaner Kohima.