Chinese organization provides computer training to Nepali youths
10th Sep, 2018 | Tourism Mail Crew
KATHMANDU, Sep 10: The six-month long computer training course provided to Nepali youths by a Chinese organization has been concluded on Monday.
The program entitled ''Enable Nepalese youths for life skills development through computer training'' was conducted by Good Will Foundation based in Tibetan Autonomous Region of China in coordination with a Nepali organization Samajik Rupantaran Nepal.
Amid a function organized in Lokanthali of Bhaktapur today, the youths were provided with certificates by the representatives of the Chinese organization and officials of Chinese embassy in Nepal.
Addressing the ceremony, Pampha Bhusal, leader of Nepal Communist Party said that such training programs are useful for the Nepali youths to get better employment opportunities.
''Computer has been a necessity in daily life and in job market today. I am thankful to the Chinese organizaton for providing such skillful training to our youths which can help them create a bright future,'' leader Bhusal said.
On the ocassion, Ma Zhijian, head of Good Will Foundation said that its a matter of pride that among the 20 trainees, half of them have already received jobs in different sector.
''I am hopeful that the skill and knowledge gained by Nepali youths will help in making their lives better. This was our first phase of project but we will surely make better training programs in future,'' Zhijian said in his speech.
Addressing the closing ceremony, Counselor at Chinese Embassy in Nepal Li Chun Zhao said that the youths can work as a bridge between Nepal and China.
Among the trainees, two youths with outstanding performance were gifted with the laptops by Nepal-China Kailas Culture Promotion Development Association.
The computer course was provided to 20 youths of Bhaktapur, who come from poor family backgrounds. Thanking the Chinese organization, the trainees shared that they are glad to receive the computer course.
Sweta Bujhel, who received the laptop, said that she learned new things from the training. ''It was not just about computer course, but we also learned about multi media presentation, public speaking among others. We wish to have more programs that will enhance our capabilities,'' she said.
The participants demanded additional training programs from the Chinese side in future.
Photo: Sunil Sharma