Jamshedpur: National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) and Regional Education Institute, Bhuvneshwar, jointly organized a workshop on �Minority Education in India�.
Addressing the gathering, Professor Sanjay Pendagele, one of the speakers, said, �Central government has started Nayi Manzil scheme for dropout minority children in order to ensure that they acquire education and skill training for a better future. It is spending Rs 650 crore on this project for offering bridge courses.
After the bridge course, one year skill training is given to the participants.�
Professor Farooq Ansari of NCERT, New Delhi, another speaker, said the Central government was running 90 schemes for minority welfare all over the country. He said the youths should avail these schemes for a better future.
Many teachers from the city were also there at the workshop. They included Kulvinder Singh, Meenakshi Vishwas, Manvinder Kaur, Nisha Rani Khalkho, Sunil Prasad and Samiullah Khan.