Dimapur, June 24: Jetking Learning Centre, a premier training institute in the field of computer hardware and networking launched its Dimapur centre at Jakhalu complex Monday.
Speaking on the occasion, Minister for Higher & Technical Education, Temjen Imna Along Longkumer said lack of professional skills is one the reason why the present educated youth are unable to find the right kind of jobs.
Along said it is more important to be skilled in professional fields than to go for only degree certificates. He expressed hope that with the launching of the centre, the youngsters will get the opportunity to be equipped in the field of computer hardware and advanced digital learning and be relevant to any kind of works.
Also speaking at the launching programme, Advisor, Power, Tovihoto Ayemi said the opening of the Jetking Learning Centre will fill the gap of digital India campaign launched by the Central government which will benefit the youth.
Chairman & Managing Director, Jetking Infotrain Limited, Suresh Bharwani informed that it is one of the largest digital networking training Institute with over 100 centres across the country and more than 10 lakhs students have been trained so far. (Page News Service)