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GUWAHATI, Jan 12 - Assam government will provide loan to young entrepreneurs for setting up of organic industries in the State. Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal made this announcement while inaugurating the Ayurveda Panchakarma Training Institute set up by Santhigiri Ayurveda & Siddha Hospital in the city today.

Stating that the State has huge natural resources for promoting the growth of organic industry, the Chief Minister laid stress on their balanced use for maintaining the ecology.

The Chief Minister further stated that Ayurvedic medicine has regained its popularity in recent times, and at present there is a need of ninety thousand trained Ayurvedic practitioners in the country. Sonowal lauded the role played by Santhigiri Ashram and Numaligarh Refinery for this venture and said that the training institute will give the much needed impetus to produce more and more Ayurvedic experts.

Underling the need for skilled manpower in every sector for overall growth of the State, the Chief Minister stated that the training institute will immensely help the youth from weaker section of the society.

Swami Padmaprakash, in-charge of Santhigiri Ashram, New Delhi and P Padmanabhan, Managing Director, NRL also spoke on the occasion. MP RP Sarma, representatives of Santhigiri Ashram and NRL were also present on the occasion.

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Loan for organic industries

GUWAHATI, Jan 12 - Assam government will provide loan to young entrepreneurs for setting up of organic industries in the State. Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal made this announcement while inaugurating the Ayurveda Panchakarma Training Institute set up by Santhigiri Ayurveda & Siddha Hospital in the city today.

Stating that the State has huge natural resources for promoting the growth of organic industry, the Chief Minister laid stress on their balanced use for maintaining the ecology.

The Chief Minister further stated that Ayurvedic medicine has regained its popularity in recent times, and at present there is a need of ninety thousand trained Ayurvedic practitioners in the country. Sonowal lauded the role played by Santhigiri Ashram and Numaligarh Refinery for this venture and said that the training institute will give the much needed impetus to produce more and more Ayurvedic experts.

Underling the need for skilled manpower in every sector for overall growth of the State, the Chief Minister stated that the training institute will immensely help the youth from weaker section of the society.

Swami Padmaprakash, in-charge of Santhigiri Ashram, New Delhi and P Padmanabhan, Managing Director, NRL also spoke on the occasion. MP RP Sarma, representatives of Santhigiri Ashram and NRL were also present on the occasion.

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