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RUDSETI to offer training in jute bag making
The Rural Development and Self Employment Training Institute (RUDSETI) is planning to conduct 13-day free training programme in making jute bags design and manufacturing to unemployed youth from Prakasam district.
Ongole: The Rural Development and Self Employment Training Institute (RUDSETI) is planning to conduct 13-day free training programme in making jute bags design and manufacturing to unemployed youth from Prakasam district.
The RUDSETI, which is jointly established by the Syndicate Bank, Canara Bank, and Sri Dharmasthala Manjunatheswara Educational Trust will conduct the free training programme in its premises in Ongole and offers free boarding and lodging to the candidates.
The director of the RUDSETI GS Murthy announced that the training programme will start from June 17. If the interested persons are natives of Prakasam district, passed at least Class VII and between the age of 19 and 45 years can send the bio-data to the Director at RUDSETI, TTDC Compound, Ongole or can walk in directly on Monday. He asked the candidates to call 7032965224 for clarification of any doubts or if they require more information.
The director also informed that their institute students celebrated Father's Day in the campus on Sunday. He said that the students felicitated Ramanaiah, the caretaker of the institute and planted 5000 sampling in the campus. The students and institute presented new clothes to the guards.