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GUWAHATI, July 1 - As part of an initiative for providing female education, a vocational training for girls was launched successfully by the SOS Children�s Village, Guwahati, when five underprivileged girls joined for a one-year diploma programme at the Rajiv Gandhi Computer Saksharta Mission (RGCSM), Mirza.

These five girls belong to Monpur and Borbori clusters.

On the occasion, RGCSM Director Hirakjyoti Barua explained before the students the importance of vocational training education and called upon them to become positive contributors to their families and society.

These children were enrolled for one-year Diploma in Office Automation and Publishing course. They are dropout students of Class 10 and Class 12.

The course fee and the conveyance allowance will be supported by SOS Children�s Village, Guwahati.

The SOS Children�s Village is running a project called �Family Strengthening Programme for the Children�, for children who are at risk of losing parental care. Under this programme, 500 children from 232 vulnerable families have been selected for their holistic development.

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Vocational training for girls launched

GUWAHATI, July 1 - As part of an initiative for providing female education, a vocational training for girls was launched successfully by the SOS Children�s Village, Guwahati, when five underprivileged girls joined for a one-year diploma programme at the Rajiv Gandhi Computer Saksharta Mission (RGCSM), Mirza.

These five girls belong to Monpur and Borbori clusters.

On the occasion, RGCSM Director Hirakjyoti Barua explained before the students the importance of vocational training education and called upon them to become positive contributors to their families and society.

These children were enrolled for one-year Diploma in Office Automation and Publishing course. They are dropout students of Class 10 and Class 12.

The course fee and the conveyance allowance will be supported by SOS Children�s Village, Guwahati.

The SOS Children�s Village is running a project called �Family Strengthening Programme for the Children�, for children who are at risk of losing parental care. Under this programme, 500 children from 232 vulnerable families have been selected for their holistic development.

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