Logo of Commerce and Industries Department, Meghalaya

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    View of the Industrial Area, Umiam, Ri Bhoi District, Meghalaya
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    View of the Cement Plant at Lumshnong, East Jaintia Hills District, Meghalaya
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    Industrial Exhibition by District Commerce & Industries Centre, Williamnagar, East Garo Hills District, Meghalaya
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    Launch of the State Apiculture Mission in Garo Hills on the 14th January 2015 at Asanang, West Garo Hills District by the Chief Minister, Dr. Mukul Sangma
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    Launch of the State Apiculture Mission in Garo Hills on the 14th January 2015 at Asanang, West Garo Hills District by the Chief Minister, Dr. Mukul Sangma
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    Launch of the State Apiculture Mission on the 16th October 2014 at Polo Ground, Shillong, East Khasi Hills District by the Chief Minister, Dr. Mukul Sangma
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    Launch of the State Apiculture Mission on the 16th October 2014 at Polo Ground, Shillong, East Khasi Hills District by the Chief Minister, Dr. Mukul Sangma
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    Launch of the State Apiculture Mission on the 16th October 2014 at Polo Ground, Shillong, East Khasi Hills District by the Chief Minister, Dr. Mukul Sangma
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    View of the Cement Plant at Industrial Area, Umaim, Ri Bhoi District, Meghalaya
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    Industries at Industrial Estate

Departmental Man Power Training Schemes

The Man Power Training Schemes of the Department of Industries, Meghalaya has been in operation since the erstwhile composite Assam Government time.  The main aim of the scheme is to empower the state with skilled labour and help in the self employment of the people by imparting training on various vocational trades and revive traditional age old trades like weaving, handicrafts etc. It also aims to promote and develop entrepreneurship in the State.

The two pronged objectives of the Schemes have been :-

  • To impart and create skill to the local youths in different vocational trades  and
  • Upgrade and improve self acquired skill amongst the local youths.

The Department, as a follow up action, offers their passed out trainees with Grants-in-Aid (GIA), both in kind (i.e.. Machineries, Tools and Equipments) as well as in cash (for Working Capital), at later stages on completion of the training courses.

To supplement the follow up action, the Department also sponsors the passed out trainees to avail bank finances, as per their requirement through various government schemes like PMEGP  etc.
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