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Training programme on bee keeping ends

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, May 18 - A four-day training programme on bee keeping and honey processing, organised by the Indian Institute of Entrepreneurship (IIE) and sponsored by the Tribal Cooperative Marketing Development Federation of India Ltd (TRIFED), concluded at its campus here on Thursday.

In the programme, around 750 unemployed youths belonging to the ST communities were given training. �This is the first initiative of the IIE. A bee keeping and honey processing training facility has been set up at the IIE campus itself,� an IIE press release said.

The programme is designed specially for unemployed ST youths so that the beneficiaries can take up the venture as an additional income source.

After the completion of the training programme, bee boxes and tools for bee keeping and honey processing were distributed among the trainees. This year, the institute proposes to train about 800 ST beneficiaries from across the north-eastern States.

The valedictory function was attended by Inder Iqbal Singh Atwal, national working president, Forum for SC and SC Legislators and Parliamentarians, and Dr Abhijit Sharma, Director, IIE.

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Training programme on bee keeping ends

GUWAHATI, May 18 - A four-day training programme on bee keeping and honey processing, organised by the Indian Institute of Entrepreneurship (IIE) and sponsored by the Tribal Cooperative Marketing Development Federation of India Ltd (TRIFED), concluded at its campus here on Thursday.

In the programme, around 750 unemployed youths belonging to the ST communities were given training. �This is the first initiative of the IIE. A bee keeping and honey processing training facility has been set up at the IIE campus itself,� an IIE press release said.

The programme is designed specially for unemployed ST youths so that the beneficiaries can take up the venture as an additional income source.

After the completion of the training programme, bee boxes and tools for bee keeping and honey processing were distributed among the trainees. This year, the institute proposes to train about 800 ST beneficiaries from across the north-eastern States.

The valedictory function was attended by Inder Iqbal Singh Atwal, national working president, Forum for SC and SC Legislators and Parliamentarians, and Dr Abhijit Sharma, Director, IIE.

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