Azenuo Pienyu, Addl. Mission Director, NSRLM delivering the introductory note during induction program for staff at SIRD, Kohima on September 5.
KOHIMA, SEPT EMBER 5 (MExN): As part of the induction process of the NSRLM, newly recruited staff of the Nagaland State Rural Livelihoods Mission (NSRLM) under the Department of Rural Development, designated as Area Coordinators are currently undergoing an intensive 5 days Induction and Immersion program at SIRD, Nagaland, Kohima. Resource persons are state resource persons who themselves are staff of NSRLM trained in various thematic areas at various stages under the Mission.
The programme began on September 5 at the conference hall, SIRD with Azenuo Pienyü, Addl. Mission Director, NRLM Nagaland delivering the introductory note. In her speech, she encouraged the staff to work in a true mission mode with the objective to uplift rural poor. She emphasized the need to work with humility so as to better connect with the people at the grassroots level. She further stressed on the importance of respecting each other while performing duties and to give one’s best in order to bring laurels to both the mission and the community as well.
Overview on NRLM was delivered by Imonenla Imkong Phom, State Program Manager for M&E/MIS. The trainees will be introduced to the various concepts of NRLM with focus on key thematic areas such as social mobilization and social inclusion, livelihoods, financial inclusion and management, gender and convergence, capacity building, visioning and leadership. The trainees would also get trained as per their job requirements and field visits for participatory rural appraisal (PRA) exercises.
After the induction process, as per the capacity building plans for any staff under NRLM, the new recruits would be sent for field immersion in the NRLM resource blocks for hands-on training and experience gaining.