DC calls for effective functioning of RSETI

YUPIA, Feb 5: The District Level Rural Self Employment Training Institute (RSETI) Advisory Committee (DLRAC) meeting of Arunachal Pradesh Rural Bank-RSETI was conducted here on Wednesday at the DC’s conference hall.
Chairing the meeting, Papum Pare Deputy Commissioner Pige Ligu called on the officers of the APRB-RSETI to maintain good communication and coordination for effective functioning of the RSETI “so that benefits can be availed by all the people especially the educated unemployed youths of the state.”
Emphasizing on the need for proper counselling and follow up actions from RSETI side, the deputy commissioner said that such steps from the institute will motivate the trainees and help them in proper settlements.
He also directed RSETI Director Aben Dupak to take effective measures to ensure that pending loans of beneficiaries with various banks get sanctioned immediately so that beneficiaries can establish their business units, and in turn help in solving unemployment problems among the youths.
The deputy commissioner also directed the Doimukh BDO to work out the formalities to hand over the RSETI building at Yupia to APRB-RSETI.
The RSETI Director also briefed the house about its functioning and various training programmes organized by it.
During the meeting, the annual action plan target for 2020-2021 calendar for 18 training programmes on poultry, pisciculture, gen entrepreneur development programme, commercial floriculture, mushroom, cell phone repair and servicing, shopkeeper, bamboo and cane craft making, piggery, dairy farming and vermin-compost making, computer hardware and networking, two wheeler mechanic, house wiring, papad, pickle and masala powder making, bee keeping etc and estimated Financial Budget for 2020-21 were approved by the committee.
The quarterly performance report of RSETI of June, September and December 2019, fund position, status of RSETI building at Yupia and other infrastructures developments were also reviewed. (DIPRO)