Free Skill Development Training Programme launched by renowned Indian Actress and activists Sreelekha Mitra and Tasleema Nasrin
With the intention to support the society and fulfill its mission, Le Rythme launches Free Skill Development Training Programme in the name and memory of its founder, the renowned singer, Late Smt Rini Mukherjee. The programme has been supported by Petronet LNG Limited. Under this programme, 25 Girls/ Women will be trained at free of costs in the domain of Hindi & English Languages, Music & Dances, Beauticians, Confidence building to empower the women which will support them to live their livelihood by different means. Thanking Petronet LNG and its governing body especially Sh Subir Purakayastha, the Co-founder of Le Rythme Rajib Mukhapadhyay said, Le Rythme Stands with the clarion call by Hon’ble Prime Minister on Skill Development and with its limited resources, will constantly strive to support the marginalized sections of the society. Le Rythme will also support to find the jobs and will also absorb few candidates.
Rini Mukherjee Free Skill Development Training Programme for Girl Child & women was launched by renowned Indian Actress and activists Smt Sreelekha Mitra who has just won the best actress awards in Indian Film Festival at Newyork. Well Known Social Reformers, activists and writer Ms Tasleema Nasrin also joined on the launching ceremony. Former Director General of ICCR and High Commissioner of United Kingdom, Sh Shiv Shankar Mukherjee also joined to represent Le Rythme. Sh Dipanjan Bandopadhyay represented on behalf of Petronet LNG Limited. SDMC Chairman and BJP Municipal councilor Subhash Badana was also present on this occasion. Co-founder of Le Rythme Rajib Mukhapadhyay could welcome the guests on this occasion. Programme was conducted by Mridu Tripathi
Speaking as the chief guest, on the launching ceremony of free skill development program for children and women by Le Rythme, eminent Indian film actress Smt Sreelekha Mitra said that Rini Mukherjee was a wonderful artist as well as a wonderful human being. She always thought for those marginalia segments of girls and women who, despite being talented, could not progress in the field of livelihood due to financial trouble, ” I stand with such noble initiatives” Rini Mukherjee, through her Le Rythme Music School, always gave free training to such children and provided platforms to showcase the talents of marginalized sections of society. Le Rythme started this program in the name of Rini Mukherjee for underprivileged women and girls; this program is a true tribute to an artist like Rini Mukherjee.
Eminent writer and humanitarian social worker Taslima Nasreen was also present during the occasion and supported the movement to empower women through Skill Development Programmes.