Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the Customized Crash Course programme for COVID-19 frontline workers on Friday, via video conferencing.
Prime Minister said India needs to be prepared to combat new challenges posed by the rapidly mutating coronavirus as the country is witnessing a waning second wave of the pandemic. “Covid-19 is still there and there is a strong possibility of the virus being mutated. Therefore, the country’s preparations have to be ramped up in order to combat new challenges. We are working towards preparing 1 lakh frontline workers in the country,” PM Modi said.
According to the Prime Minister’s office, under the Customized Crash Course programme, the government will start 111 training centres spread over 26 states.
Union Minister of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Mahendra Nath Pandey and Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan were also present on the occasion.
People below 45 years of age will get the same treatment for vaccination as for people above 45 years of age from June 21st said PM
We are working towards preparing 1 lakh frontline workers in the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi added.