DOIMUKH, Jun 04: Education, Cultural and Indigenous Affairs Minister Taba Tedir today appealed to the youth of the State to become job creators rather than remaining job seekers.
Speaking at the inauguration of the ‘Dikrong Swimland Resort’ at Doimukh, Minister Tedir said, “We should not solely rely on government jobs and waste our valuable time. While government jobs and their processes should continue, there are ample opportunities to generate employment and uplift economic activities. By taking the lead, individuals can not only improve their own economic conditions but also can provide employment for others.”
The minister highlighted the various centrally and State-sponsored schemes available for the youth and educated unemployed individuals along with subsidies to start new ventures and businesses. Proper implementation of these welfare schemes can not only create job opportunities but also can provide support to family members, friends, and well-wishers, he said.
With the rapid progress of digitization and the digital era, the youth of the State were encouraged to update their digital skills, work diligently, and actively contribute to the State’s development.
Dr. Neelam Nega, Superintendent of Police, Papum Pare, who was present as the Guest of Honour, also addressed the occasion, motivating the attendees and presenting options for self-reliance and ‘atma nirbhar’ initiatives.
The event was also attended by Er. Nich Raju, the Executive Engineer of PHED Yachuli division, Debia Tana, Assistant Controller of Legal Metrology, and several other eminent personalities from the area and the city. They extended their best wishes to entrepreneur Nich Tach and his wife for a prosperous future.
Dikrong Swimland Resort, located at Doimukh, is a captivating destination that offers a delightful experience for visitors. “Nestled amidst picturesque surroundings, this resort is a haven for nature lovers and those seeking tranquility,” said entrepreneur and owner of the swimming pool, Nich Tach.