The Fact News Service
Chandigarh/Malout, March 30
The Punjab Government is striving to end unemployment and is giving all possible assistance to the unemployed to stand on their own feet. It was said by Social Justice, Empowerment and Minorities, Social Security, Women, and Child Development Minister Punjab Dr. Baljit Kaur, while inaugurating the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Punjabi Shoe Making Course at Valmiki Bhavan, Guru Ravidas Nagar, Malout.
On this occasion while addressing the audience SDM Malout S. Kanwarjit Singh said that it is a very good initiative of the Punjab government, therefore the unemployed should take maximum advantage of this training course.
Sarabjit Singh Gulati, Block President Karamjit Sharma, and Satgurdev Singh Pappi from Doric Multimedia Pvt Ltd were present on this opening ceremony.
On this occasion, Cabinet Minister said that this course has been implemented by Punjab Skill Development Mission and Doric Multimedia Pvt. Ltd. Ludhiana, and under this course, free training will be given to the unemployed to promote the profession of shoes so that after receiving the training one can start his own business.
The Cabinet Minister said that under this course, the person who will get training in making shoes will be given a certificate by the Punjab Skill Development Mission and based on this certificate, the unemployed person will be able to get a loan from any bank or organization and start their own business.
After this Dr. Baljit Kaur visited the unseasonal rain and hailstorm-affected villages Danewala, Rathadi, Kingra and Malwala, Eena Khera and village Thehri and took stock of the damage.
Talking to the farmers, she said that the Punjab Government is helping the needy to compensate for the damage caused by rain and storm and they will be compensated by the Government as soon as possible.
On this occasion, she issued instructions to the top officials that without any delay, the crops damaged by rain and hail should be checked so that the farmers can be compensated immediately.