Realizing the facts and issue to tackle the problem of unemployment and to empower the youths to earn a livelihood, YouthNet in partnership with Asian Paints conducted an intensive 12 days professional skilled painting from 5th October to 18th October 2018 at Toluvi village Dimapur. According to the Project Manager Mr. Temjenmoa Jamir the project aims to inculcate the skills and knowhow in painting, which has helped 13 candidates to become professionally skilled and certified painters.
With this perspective, the training was conducted to sensitize and empower the youths with the skill sets to fulfill the demand in the construction sector. Asian Paints trainer Mr. Wasik said they conducted the training program for the unemployed youths in Nagaland so that they can be trained professionally. Stating that young Naga youths have the potential but they are left untapped, and unskilled, in fact recognizing them, skilling them to be equipped will help in promoting the qualitative aspect. As per Mr. Niloto Assumi one of the beneficiary appreciating YouthNet and Asian paints for the opportunity said ‘The training was very good. Very happy with the kind of training and techniques taught. Earlier it was very hectic and time consuming to paint a small wall but now after the training, it is very easy and less time consuming.’