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Stress on NE skill development

Robin Hibu, Zonal Officer for North East in the Delhi Police held a brain storming discussion with high officials of Department for North East Region (DoNER) on Monday and after a crucial analysis for reaching out to youth for empowerment and skill development, the high officials have agreed to lay the foundation stone for NE hostel at Jawahatlal Nehru University (JNU) within a month and at Hindu College and Dayal Singh Colleges within few months.

The DoNER officials also agreed to pursue the defunct DONER-proposed NE Cultural Centre at Dwarka. Hibu further informed that a NE students admissions helpline will be set-up within a week in Delhi and regular meeting with NGOs, students leaders, activists, women activists will be held monthly to get feedback from ground-zero. 

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