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BAIHATA CHARIALI, Aug 24 - The Baredala Hasta Silpa Cooperative Society Limited (BHSCSL) under Bihdia Jajikona development block of Kamrup district organised a series of training workshops on different products of cane and bamboo in its locality to generate employment avenues among the returnees from outside the State by making various items of cane and bamboo.

Already, 25 such type of jobless youths have completed skilled training and started earning their livelihood by selling products. Initially, they were given training on making bamboo baskets used to transport chickens from hatcheries and later to make some ornamental and other products. On August 19, another awareness workshop on bamboo products and its application was organised at Outala LP School here by the BHSCSL.

This workshop was organised by the Cane and Bamboo Technology Centre (CBTC), Assam under the sponsorship of the NEC, Shillong. The workshop was held under the chairmanship of retired teacher Mohini Mohan Sarma where Milan Bora, consultant of CBTC encouraged the participants to become skilled entrepreneurs through technical trainings imparted by BHSCSL.

Jayanta Choudhury, auditor of the office of the Registrar of Cooperative Societies, Rangiya spoke about the register maintaining, record keeping and account maintaining of a society.

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Workshop on bamboo products

BAIHATA CHARIALI, Aug 24 - The Baredala Hasta Silpa Cooperative Society Limited (BHSCSL) under Bihdia Jajikona development block of Kamrup district organised a series of training workshops on different products of cane and bamboo in its locality to generate employment avenues among the returnees from outside the State by making various items of cane and bamboo.

Already, 25 such type of jobless youths have completed skilled training and started earning their livelihood by selling products. Initially, they were given training on making bamboo baskets used to transport chickens from hatcheries and later to make some ornamental and other products. On August 19, another awareness workshop on bamboo products and its application was organised at Outala LP School here by the BHSCSL.

This workshop was organised by the Cane and Bamboo Technology Centre (CBTC), Assam under the sponsorship of the NEC, Shillong. The workshop was held under the chairmanship of retired teacher Mohini Mohan Sarma where Milan Bora, consultant of CBTC encouraged the participants to become skilled entrepreneurs through technical trainings imparted by BHSCSL.

Jayanta Choudhury, auditor of the office of the Registrar of Cooperative Societies, Rangiya spoke about the register maintaining, record keeping and account maintaining of a society.

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