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GUWAHATI, Dec 23 - Shishu Sarothi, in collaboration with the Indian Institute of Entrepreneurship (IIE), inaugurated a skill development and entrepreneurship programme on beauty care and cosmetology for persons with disabilities today.

Manoj Das, Director, Indian Institute of Entrepreneurship (IIE), inaugurated the training programme. Arman Ali, Executive Director, Shishu Sarothi, and Shantanu Mohan Deka, assistant faculty member, IIE, were also present at the event.

Speaking on the occasion, Manoj Das stated the importance of skill development programmes for persons with disabilities to empower themselves and secure livelihood opportunities.

Twenty-five female participants from various socio-economic backgrounds across the city have registered for the training programme. The one-and-a-half-months skill development and entrepreneurship programme is a basic level training for persons with disabilities, which will help in building skills that will eventually be used professionally.

According to the organisers, the training programme will empower persons with disabilities for self-sustainable livelihood opportunities. �The training aims to improve vocational training and employment opportunities for people with disability, enhancing the quality of life for the individuals with disabilities, their families, and ensure a source of sustainable livelihood,� said the organisers.

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Skill development programme inaugurated

GUWAHATI, Dec 23 - Shishu Sarothi, in collaboration with the Indian Institute of Entrepreneurship (IIE), inaugurated a skill development and entrepreneurship programme on beauty care and cosmetology for persons with disabilities today.

Manoj Das, Director, Indian Institute of Entrepreneurship (IIE), inaugurated the training programme. Arman Ali, Executive Director, Shishu Sarothi, and Shantanu Mohan Deka, assistant faculty member, IIE, were also present at the event.

Speaking on the occasion, Manoj Das stated the importance of skill development programmes for persons with disabilities to empower themselves and secure livelihood opportunities.

Twenty-five female participants from various socio-economic backgrounds across the city have registered for the training programme. The one-and-a-half-months skill development and entrepreneurship programme is a basic level training for persons with disabilities, which will help in building skills that will eventually be used professionally.

According to the organisers, the training programme will empower persons with disabilities for self-sustainable livelihood opportunities. �The training aims to improve vocational training and employment opportunities for people with disability, enhancing the quality of life for the individuals with disabilities, their families, and ensure a source of sustainable livelihood,� said the organisers.