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GUWAHATI, Dec 22 - In a significant move to encourage both married and unmarried women, the first simulated driving training centre of its kind for women was inaugurated today in the office premises of the ITI for Women at Rehabari here. The driving simulator is donated by the Assam Investment Society headed by the Chief Minister of the State.

The programme was inaugurated by Ranjit Borthakur, Investment Advisor to the Chief Minister. Speaking on the occasion, Borthakur said that the driving centre will use modern and latest technology-based driving simulator for imparting driving training to women of Assam and the North East.

The simulator-based world-class driving training facility is expected to go a long way in meeting the needs of women of this region. This is part of the State government�s initiatives for the betterment of the employment scenario of women in Assam.

The inaugural speech was delivered by Alok Kr Saharia, Director of Employment & Craftsman Training. The meeting was attended by PK Choudhury, Jayshree Verma and other dignitaries.

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Simulated driving training centre

GUWAHATI, Dec 22 - In a significant move to encourage both married and unmarried women, the first simulated driving training centre of its kind for women was inaugurated today in the office premises of the ITI for Women at Rehabari here. The driving simulator is donated by the Assam Investment Society headed by the Chief Minister of the State.

The programme was inaugurated by Ranjit Borthakur, Investment Advisor to the Chief Minister. Speaking on the occasion, Borthakur said that the driving centre will use modern and latest technology-based driving simulator for imparting driving training to women of Assam and the North East.

The simulator-based world-class driving training facility is expected to go a long way in meeting the needs of women of this region. This is part of the State government�s initiatives for the betterment of the employment scenario of women in Assam.

The inaugural speech was delivered by Alok Kr Saharia, Director of Employment & Craftsman Training. The meeting was attended by PK Choudhury, Jayshree Verma and other dignitaries.