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Over 3,800 youths from Jammu and Kashmir will be given special job-oriented training by Government and private aided organisation, Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde has said reports PTI.

 He told reporters that a recent meeting of the Project Approval Committee approved proposals of IL and FS Skill Development Corporation (ISDC), Apollo Technical Education Foundation, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) and ONGC to train 3,875 candidates from J-K under the Special Industry Initiative (SII).

The SII is aimed at providing special trainings, on skill development, to youths from the Jammu and Kashmir. Shinde also said Rs 74.95 crore and Rs 8.06 crore under Security Related Expenditure scheme was reimbursed to Jammu and Kashmir on August 9 and 22 respectively.

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