Bakery training started under the project of Surya Nepal Pvt



April 24, 2024 3:38 pm

Simara: With the aim of making youth self-employed, a 21-day bakery training has started in Simara from Tuesday. The training was started in coordination with Surya Nepal Pvt. Ltd. and hotel and tourism business association.

More than 25 people from Ward No. 1 and 2 of Jeetpursimara sub-metropolitan city are participating in the training. The trainers of Bagmati Education Consultancy, who have taken responsibility for training management, will train the participants on making bakery dishes.

Mohan Sharma Lamichhane, President of Jeetpursimara city Industry and Commerce Association, inaugurated training program at Hotel Shrestha Residency in Simara. Inaugurating the training, Lamichhane urged the participants to take benefit from the training organized with the aim of creating self-employment. Lamichhane said that the skills gained from the training can be employed as well as self-employed.

Similarly, Suresh Kaji Shrestha, manager of Surya Nepal Pvt. Ltd. and chairman of the training opening program, said that the youth targeted program was conducted under social responsibility. Stating that Surya Nepal organized bakery training last year as well, Shrestha said that the same program has been continued.

Stating that it is necessary to develop skills to become financially strong, Shrestha said that training was organized to develop skills. Surya Nepal’s Yagya Bahadur Ale, Roshan Adhikari, Subhash Neupane, training instructor, spoke in the program.

Shambhu Khadgi, President of Hotel and Tourism Business Association Bara, Pralad Upreti, President of Hotel and Tourism Business Association, Gobind Gahatraj, Secretary of Hotel and Tourism Business Association Bara, Surya Nepal Pvt Ltd Umesh Thapa, Dipen Hang Angadambe, Sarwin Shrestha, Dinesh Kaudal and others were present in the opening program of the training.