RAMBAN — The Indian Army along with the Rural Self employment Training Institute (RSETI) Ramban has concluded a Poultry farming workshop at one of the remote region of Ramban.
The workshop was concluded by Officials from Army and RSETI at Kaona village in Khari Tehsil of Banihal Subdivision. 35 volunteer youth who had attended the workshop were awarded certificates which will help boost their self employment.
Each attendee was provided with 10 live hatchlings for kick starting their entrepreneural journey.
The 45 day training programme had focused on methodology of functioning of a poultry enterprise efficiently with low cost, low mortality, quicker turnover & higher profits.
The course imparted training on poultry welfare to incl proper housing care, hygiene practices, vaccination & symptoms of sickness of birds.
The trainees will also be acquainted with EDP (Entrepreneurship Development programme) including time management, problem solving, risk taking and goal setting for their business.
Indian Army officials, RSETI faculty & J&K Bank Branch Manager, Khari interacted with the trained youth and explained the benefits of govt sponsored schemes for the upliftment of rural youths in the field of self employment such as, Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima yojna (PMSBY) Pradhan Mantri jeevan jyoti Bima yojna (PMJJBY) Atal pension Yojana (APY) & tarun kishore and Shishu Mudra loan schemes.
The AWAAM paid their gratitude to the Indian Army and RSETI for the noble initiatives aimed at youth constructive engagement and empowerment. Prominent citizens expressed optimism for future prosperity of the region through positive engagement of youth.