Panaji; Sept 27, 2014 …. Shri Avertano Furtado, Minister for Labour urged the ITI trainees to master one’s trade to perfection and take the path to progress. He said that the step to join the ITI at this young age itself was the right move and pointed that there is no replacement for hard work.
Minister for Labour, Shri Avertano Furtado was speaking at the Induction programme of the fresh trainees of Industrial Training Institute, Margao at a function held at Ravindra Bhavan, Margao, on friday.
He informed that the government will keep up to its promise to provide 50,000 jobs and said all efforts to provide employment opportunities are made by providing facilities and the required infrastructure to attract industries.
Shri Furtado taking the opportunity of the large gathering of youths impressed upon them to use helmets for ones safety and abide by the traffic rules for their own good.
Shri Digamber Kamat, MLA and Ex-Chief Minister stressed upon the trainees to be part of the country’s progress and development. He said technical education plays a major role to change one’s own destiny and that of the country.
Complimenting the trainees for choosing to join ITI, Shri Kamat said, in this technical era, this is the perfect opportunity through which dreams can be realized to be responsible citizens.
Shri Vijay Sardessai, MLA, Shri Bharat Kamat, Member, IMC and Shri Alexio da Costa, Director, Craftsman Training also spoke on the occasion.
Shri Edwin Fernandes, Principal ITI, Margao welcomed while Shri K.N. Bhat proposed the vote of thanks.
Earlier the dignitaries lighted the traditional lamp the mark the inaugural programme.
‘Resonnace’ a souvenir brought out by the institute was also released at the hands of the Labour Minister.