YouthNet, Asian Paints Launch Painting Skills Training

YouthNet, Asian Paints Launch Painting Skills Training

YouthNet, a prominent organisation dedicated to empowering Nagaland’s youth, has partnered with Asian Paints Colour Academy to launch a transformative six-day training programme.

The initiative, which commenced on Monday at the YouthNet Office in Chümoukedima, Dimapur, aims to equip participants with essential painting skills, paving the way for a brighter future in the construction industry.

Since its inception in 2018, the basic painter training programme, born from the collaboration between YouthNet and Asian Paints Limited, has been instrumental in shaping the lives of Nagaland’s youth.

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This year, the programme has set an ambitious goal of training 120 individuals from across the state, with training centres established in Kohima and Chümoukedima-Dimapur.

Participants will embark on a comprehensive learning journey, delving into various facets of painting, including construction painting techniques, surface preparation, and safety precautions.
The programme’s curriculum strikes a balance between theoretical knowledge and practical experience, ensuring that trainees gain a well-rounded understanding of the craft.

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Razouvikhol Luho, nodal officer and senior manager at YouthNet, expressed heartfelt gratitude to Asian Paints for their steadfast support. He encouraged participants to seize this golden opportunity and acquire the skills necessary to thrive in the painting industry. Luho’s words resonated with the aspirations of the youth, igniting a spark of determination within them.

Nuneseno Chase, director of YouthNet, emphasised the profound significance of the partnership with Asian Paints Limited. He urged participants to fully immerse themselves in the programme, recognising that it goes beyond mere training; it is a gateway to a sustainable future for Nagaland’s youth. Chase’s message served as a clarion call, inspiring participants to embrace the transformative power of skill development.

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Looking to the future, YouthNet has ambitious plans to expand its skill development initiatives beyond the realm of painting. The organisation envisions introducing training programmes in plumbing and other critical areas, aiming to fortify Nagaland’s construction sector and create a myriad of opportunities for the state’s youth.

The impact of this training programme extends far beyond the individual participants; it holds the potential to catalyse socio-economic development across Nagaland.

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By equipping youth with valuable skills, YouthNet is opening doors to employment and entrepreneurship, empowering them to shape their own destinies.

The organisation’s unwavering commitment to supporting and uplifting Nagaland’s youth shines through its various initiatives, including the provision of seed money to startups under the Startup India Seed Fund Scheme (SISFS).

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