Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje inaugurated the country’s first skill development centre in Jaipur today with an aim to to provide job-oriented training programmes to the state’s unemployed youth.
The centre has been set up under the ‘Livelihood Skill Project’. Speaking at the inaugural event, the state Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje urged the people of the state to fight casteism, regionalism and communalism which were obstructing the path of development.
Ms Raje said, “We will have to unite to fail such casteism, regionalism and communalism which are obstructing the development process, then only we will be able to move ahead on the path of development”.
Ms Raje also pinned her hopes on youth, said, visiting tourists to Rajasthan will see state’s economic development and skill of our youth in the near future besides the splendid forts, palaces and the cultural heritage.
After Udaipur, the state government will open 200 such centres in all the 33 districts of the state, she said, adding that a MoU has been signed with 40 agencies which will provide skilled training to the youth