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Top 36 district stars emerge as Aspire Meghalaya event ends

TURA, Nov 8: The search for the Top 36 District Stars from a pool of more than 13,000 young adults from across the state participating in the Soft Skills and Talent Identification interventions under Aspire Meghalaya came to an end on Tuesday after the top three district stars from West Garo Hills joined the others in the Top 36 at a programme in Tura.

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Top 36 District Stars Emerge from Aspire Meghalaya District Talent Events 2022

Tura, Nov 08: The West Garo Hills Top 3 District Stars were announced on Tuesday at an event held here, marking the culmination of the Aspire Meghalaya District Talent Events 2022 which commenced on October 6. Tuesday’s event concluded the search for the Top 36 District Stars from a pool of over 13,000 young adults across the State who participated in the Soft Skills and Talent Identification interventions under Aspire Meghalaya.

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Yoh ki khynnah ka Rymbai Govt. SS, ka Sutnga Pres. HSS waka Jaiñtia Eastern College yei naam District Star

East Jaintia Hills, Nov 05: Ka ASPIRE Meghalaya da pynman ko ya ka District Showcase yong ka East Jaiñtia Hills ha ka 3 tarik uni u bnai ha Khliehriat heiwa da em hadoh 22 tylli ki sap na ki khynnah ki 6 tylli ki College wa ki skur yow yakhun wow yoh yei naam Aspire Meghalaya District Stars.

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9 Aspire Meghalaya district stars recognized at events in Nongpoh, Khliehriat and Mawkyrwat

Shillong, Nov 04: The Aspire Meghalaya District Talent Events 2022 commenced on 6th October with events being held across districts during the months of October and November. The East Jaintia Hills, Ri Bhoi and South West Khasi Hills chapters held simultaneously on Thursday saw the display of 22 talents from 6 campuses in Khliehriat, 21 talents from 5 campuses in Nongpoh, and 22 talents from 5 campuses in Mawkyrwat, respectively.

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District stars shine at Aspire Meghalaya talent search

Nov 04: Campuses of the Aspire Meghalaya programme in East Jaiñtia Hills, South West Khasi Hills and Ri-Bhoi witnessed the display of 22 talents from six campuses in Khliehriat, 21 from five campuses in Nongpoh and 22 from five campuses in Mawkyrwat.

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Meghalaya CM hails winners of ‘Aspire Meghalaya District Talents Events 2022’

Shillong, Oct 20: Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma on Wednesday felicitated the district talent winners of Aspire Meghalaya District Talents Events 2022 at U Soso Tham Auditorium.

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Chah jied ki khynnah ka St. Dominic wa Govt. Girls’ kam ki District Star ka West Jaiñtia Hills

West Jaintia Hills, Oct 20: Ha ka pynyoo yei sap ka Aspire Meghalaya kawa tip kam ka District Talent Events 2022 kawa da sdang nadooh ka 6 tarik uni u bnai da pynman ya ka ha waroh ki District wei daw pteiñ hadooh u bnai wow wan.

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WJH talent drive under Aspire Meghalaya held

West Jaintia Hills, Oct 20: The district talent event under the Aspire Meghalaya programme for West Jaiñtia Hills was held here. Twenty-one talents from five campuses performed at the event.

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Meghalaya CM felicitates young talents at ASPIRE district talent events 2022

Chief Minister of Meghalaya Conrad K Sangma felicitated three young talents at the recently held Aspire Meghalaya’s District Talent Events 2022 that commences on October 6.

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CM asks youths to shun ‘reservation mindset’

SHILLONG, Oct 19: Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma has suggested the youths to develop a competitive mindset and eschew ‘reservation policy mindset’ in order to survive in contemporary times girdled with competition.

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Chief Minister felicitated the district talent winners of Aspire Meghalaya

Shillong, Oct 19: Aspire Meghalaya’s District Talent Events 2022 commenced on 6th October with events scheduled to be held across all districts in the months of October and November. The East Khasi Hills chapter was held today at U Soso Tham Auditorium, Shillong with 26 talents from 5 campuses performing, out of which the Top 3 were recognised.

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Toh u em i mynsien yakhun la kam wym em katæ ka Reservation Policy: Conrad

Shillong, Oct 19: Ka Aspire Meghalaya da sdang pynman ko ya ka District Talent Events 2022 nadooh ka 6 tarik uni u bnai ha waroh ki District ka jylla wei daw pteiñ hadooh u bnai wow wan heiwa ynne ka sngi da sdang ha East Khasi Hills ha U Soso Tham Auditorium, Shillong deiwa em 26 ngut kiwa pynyoo yei sap (Talent) na ki 5 tylli ki thaw puræ wa yakhun wow yoh yei naam Top 3. 

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East Khasi Hills-o Aspire Meghalaya-ni susaanirangko ong•ata

Shillong, Oct 19: Aspire Meghalaya-ni ning•o re•anggipa October 6 tarikoni a•bachenge October aro November jagnina Meghalaya a•dokni pilak a•jarangon dingtang dingtang susaanirangko ong•atengon, East Khasi Hills a•jaoba Budbar salo ia susaani program-ko Shillong songjinmani U Soso Tham Auditorium-o ong•atangaha aro ia susaanio dambonga campus-rangoni sak 26 chadamberang, an•tangtangni changa sapanirang baksa susaangaha.

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Have a competitive mindset, fight as if you need to survive: Conrad to youth at Aspire Meghalaya’s District Talent Events 2022 in Shillong

Shillong, Oct 19: Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma on Wednesday asked the students and youth to have a competitive mindset, by which he meant positive competition and not negative competition, and move away from the reservation policy based mindset. He urged them to be prepared to compete with the best and ‘fight as if you need to survive’.

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Meghalaya: Need to have competitive mindset, says CM Sangma

Guwahati, Oct 19: We have to remember that we need to compete with the best. The reservation policy is there for us but that does not mean that our mindset has to be a ‘reservation policy mindset’. Our mindset needs to be a competitive mindset. Fight as if you need to survive,” Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma said at the Aspire Meghalaya’s District Talent Events 2022.

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Over 3,800 students graduate from Aspire Meghalaya across districts

SHILLONG, Oct 03: More than 3,800 students from 18 campuses across districts benefitted from soft skills training, career exploration interventions and talent identification programmes under Aspire Meghalaya in its final phase of campus interventions this month.

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3800-plus students graduate from soft skills training prog

SHILLONG, Oct 03: Over 3,800 students from 18 campuses across districts benefitted from soft skills training, career exploration interventions and talent identification programmes under Aspire Meghalaya in its final phase of campus interventions this month.

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3800 ki khynnah kiba la ioh jinghikai na ka Aspire Meghalaya

SHILLONG, Oct 03: Palat 3,800 ngut ki khynnah na 18 tylli ki skul bad kolej ha ki distrik bapher bapher ki la ioh pyntbit ialade ha ka liang ka soft skill training bad ruh ban pynpaw ia la ki sap ki phong lyngba ka Aspire Meghalaya prokram.

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1,900 graduate from Aspire Meghalaya’s soft skills prog

SHILLONG, Aug 31: A total of 1,917 students from nine campuses spread across East Garo Hills, West Garo Hills, East Jaintia Hills, East Khasi Hills and West Khasi Hills districts graduated from Aspire Meghalaya at functions held in their respective campus premises recently.

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Near 2k students graduate from Aspire

A total of 1,917 students from nine campuses spread across the districts of East Garo Hills, West Garo Hills, East Jaiñtia Hills, East Khasi Hills and West Khasi Hills graduated from Aspire Meghalaya at functions held in their respective campus premises, on Saturday last.

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Yoh ki khynnah khynroo ka East Jaiñtia yei chah hikai hapoh ka Aspire Meghalaya

August 30, 2022:  Kam chibynta wow pynkhreh ya ki khynnah khynroo khyllood ka jylla neibynta ka mynried, ka sorkar Meghalaya, lyngba ka chnat krehkaam yong ka Sports & Youth Affairs, deiwa ya ksohktilang wa ka chnat Education, da pynman ki ya ka thong krehkaam kawa tip kam ka ‘Aspire Meghalaya’ wa da pynkrehkaam da ka AVENUES, Shillong.

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More youth-centric govt initiatives in the offing

SHILLONG, Aug 6: The state government will soon introduce more initiatives for youths that will provide them with an ecosystem that connects innate talents with skilling opportunities and employability-building interventions.

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Over 1900 students graduate from Soft Skills & Talent programmes under Aspire Meghalaya

Tura, July 23: Over 1,900 students from 9 campuses across Ri Bhoi, North Garo Hills, West Garo Hills, West Khasi Hills and Eastern West Khasi Hills Districts graduated from Soft Skills and Talent Identification programmes under Aspire Meghalaya at simultaneous functions held in their respective school premises on Friday.

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Over 1,900 state students graduate from progs under Aspire Meghalaya

SHILLONG, July 22: Students, numbering over 1,900 from nine campuses spread across the districts of Ri-Bhoi, North Garo Hills, West Garo Hills, West Khasi Hills and Eastern West Khasi Hills, on Friday graduated from Soft Skills and Talent Identification programmes under Aspire Meghalaya, during concurrent functions in their respective institutes.

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ASPIRE STUDENTS GRADUATE FROM SOFT SKILLS & TALENT PROGRAMMES

Shillong, July 22: Over 1,900 students from 9 campuses across Ri Bhoi, North Garo Hills, West Garo Hills, West Khasi Hills and Eastern West Khasi Hills Districts graduated from Soft Skills and Talent Identification programmes under Aspire Meghalaya at simultaneous functions held in their respective school premises today.

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‘Aspire Meghalaya’ – Pivotal Instrument Of Change For Youth Development Agenda : Meghalaya CM

The Meghalaya Chief Minister – Conrad Sangma today interacted with the students of ‘Aspire Meghalaya’ in Tura.

A flagship programme initiated by the state administration, this endeavour is a pivotal instrument of change for the youth development agenda in Meghalaya.

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Aspire Meghalaya-ni chatro chatrirang baksa CM agangrika

Tura, July 19: Mongolbar salo, Meghalaya a•dokni Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma, a•dok sorkarini ra•gatgipa ‘Aspire Meghalaya’ program-ni chatro chatrirang baksa agangrikangaha.

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Tura-o Aspire Meghalaya-ni program-ko ong·atanio CM bakko ra·a

TURA: Meghalaya sorkarini a·bachengatgipa Aspire Meghalaya-ni program-ko Mongolbar salo Tura-o ong·atangaha aro ia program-ko ong·atanio a·dokni Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma, mongsonggipa sokgipa ong·e bakko ra·angaha.

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Conrad interacts with Aspire Meghalaya students in Tura, advices them to follow passion with right spirit

Tura, July 19: Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma on Tuesday interacted with students of Aspire Meghalaya in Tura, a flagship programme of the Government.

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Aspire Meghalaya: 3182 students from 15 campuses across districts graduated

Shillong, June 29: 3182 students from 15 campuses across districts graduated from Aspire Meghalaya at functions held in their respective school premises this month. The Aspire Meghalaya programme places youth engagement, talent identification and career aspirations at the heart of its interventions.

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More than 3,000 graduate from Aspire Meghalaya

SHILLONG, June 28: As many as 3,182 young adults from 15 campuses spread across different districts of Meghalaya graduated from Aspire Meghalaya during multiple functions organised in their respective school premises this month.

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Meghalaya Youth Engagement and Training Programmes commencing with the Meghalaya @ 50 Youth Survey, aims to capture the voice of the youth

SHILLONG, March 20: Speaking on the occasion, the CM stressed on his belief that every member of the society, especially the youth, has a role to play in contributing towards the State’s ‘10 in 10’ vision, which is to become one of the Nation’s Top 10 States in 10 years. 

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Survey to get insights for youth devp strategy

SHILLONG, March 20: The state government launched the Meghalaya Youth Engagement and Training Programme under Aspire Meghalaya  across the districts to capture the voice of the youths and gather insights needed to develop better youth development strategies.

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State’s Largest Youth Engagement Programme Launched across Districts under Aspire Meghalaya

Shillong, Mar 20: The Meghalaya Youth Engagement and Training Programmes were launched on 14th March, 2022 across districts, commencing with the Meghalaya @ 50 Youth Survey, which aims to capture the voice of the youth and gather insights needed by the State to develop better youth development strategies that take inspiration from the sentiments and aspirations of the youth.

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Matric topper lauded Meghalaya Govt for organizing Aspire

Shillong, Mar 20: Aspire Meghalaya 2.0 is a flagship initiative under the Meghalaya Youth Engagement and Training Programmes, aimed at building aspirations, career readiness and life preparedness in youth. 

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Students trained  under ASPIRE Meghalaya graduate

Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma on Wednesday handed over graduation certificate to students of ASPIRE Meghalaya, a flagship initiative of Arts and Culture Department, Govt of Meghalaya funded by Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Govt of India at Williamnagar.

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Survival of the life-skilled

Turning the tide in one’s favour outlives any adversity, especially among entrepreneurs, observes Esha Chaudhuri 

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'Aspire Meghalaya equipping youths with confidence & communication skills'

The Government of Meghalaya is spearheading a unique intervention aimed at empowering the youth of the State with confidence, soft skills, life coaching, cultural awareness and talent identification opportunities to help them break away from the chains of mental and emotional lockdown that the pandemic has instigated.

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Aspire Meghalaya expected to impact over 4000 tribal youth

The Government of Meghalaya is spearheading a unique intervention aimed at empowering the youth of the State with confidence, soft skills, life coaching, cultural awareness and talent identification opportunities to help them break away from the chains of mental and emotional lockdown that the pandemic has instigated.

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Over 40 students of Shillong Public School graduate from Aspire Meghalaya

At least 43 students of Shillong Public School graduated from Aspire Meghalaya at a function held in the school premises here on Friday. The programme was organised by Avenues, a training institute based in Shillong. Aspire Meghalaya is sponsored by the Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Government of India, through the Department of Arts & Culture, Government of Meghalaya and implemented by Avenues.

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240 students graduate from Aspire Meghalaya

Two-hundred forty students from Hynriew Shnong and Jakrem, Mawkyrwat, on Saturday graduated from Aspire Meghalaya at a graduation ceremony organised at Jakrem Presbyterian HS School.

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How Aspire Meghalaya is empowering tribal youths with soft skills

Meghalaya chief minister Conrad K Sangma launched a coffee-table book and a documentary film on Aspire Meghalaya, a programme designed to enhance well-being and improve soft skills of tribal youth of the state in a glittering function marking the culmination of the first Entrepreneurship and Startup Summit 2020 held in Shillong on Wednesday.

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Aspire second chapter launch in 4 districts

The second year of Aspire Meghalaya was launched in different districts on December 2. The programme, sponsored by the Ministry of Tribal Affairs, was lauded by deputy commissioners in several districts. In East Garo Hills, Swapnil Tembe said programmes like Aspire is a way to instil confidence in the youth. “Confidence comes when you are able to express yourself freely without fear,” he added.