Arunachal Pradesh Launches Online Course On Drug Abuse For Employees

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Publish Date : 2022-04-08


Arunachal Pradesh Launches Online Course On Drug Abuse For Employees

Guwahati: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu today launched an online certificate course on drug abuse prevention for all state government employees. The step is one of the measures being taken to stop substance abuse in the state. In the first phase, Group A and B employees of the state government will have to mandatorily enroll in the four-month course. These employees, equipped with knowledge of drug abuse prevention and management, would become ambassadors of change in the society, the chief minister said. A certificate will be awarded to those successfully completing the course. Terming the initiative a strong push to the government's fight against drug abuse, Mr Khandu said alcoholism and substance abuse are major concerns in the state, with youth often falling prey to the two menaces.

Guwahati: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu today launched an online certificate course on drug abuse prevention for all state government employees. The step is one of the measures being taken to stop substance abuse in the state. In the first phase, Group A and B employees of the state government will have to mandatorily enroll in the four-month course. These employees, equipped with knowledge of drug abuse prevention and management, would become ambassadors of change in the society, the chief minister said. A certificate will be awarded to those successfully completing the course. Terming the initiative a strong push to the government's fight against drug abuse, Mr Khandu said alcoholism and substance abuse are major concerns in the state, with youth often falling prey to the two menaces.Guwahati: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu today launched an online certificate course on drug abuse prevention for all state government employees. The step is one of the measures being taken to stop substance abuse in the state. In the first phase, Group A and B employees of the state government will have to mandatorily enroll in the four-month course. These employees, equipped with knowledge of drug abuse prevention and management, would become ambassadors of change in the society, the chief minister said. A certificate will be awarded to those successfully completing the course. Terming the initiative a strong push to the government's fight against drug abuse, Mr Khandu said alcoholism and substance abuse are major concerns in the state, with youth often falling prey to the two menaces.Guwahati: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu today launched an online certificate course on drug abuse prevention for all state government employees. The step is one of the measures being taken to stop substance abuse in the state. In the first phase, Group A and B employees of the state government will have to mandatorily enroll in the four-month course. These employees, equipped with knowledge of drug abuse prevention and management, would become ambassadors of change in the society, the chief minister said. A certificate will be awarded to those successfully completing the course. Terming the initiative a strong push to the government's fight against drug abuse, Mr Khandu said alcoholism and substance abuse are major concerns in the state, with youth often falling prey to the two menaces.Guwahati: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu today launched an online certificate course on drug abuse prevention for all state government employees. The step is one of the measures being taken to stop substance abuse in the state. In the first phase, Group A and B employees of the state government will have to mandatorily enroll in the four-month course. These employees, equipped with knowledge of drug abuse prevention and management, would become ambassadors of change in the society, the chief minister said. A certificate will be awarded to those successfully completing the course. Terming the initiative a strong push to the government's fight against drug abuse, Mr Khandu said alcoholism and substance abuse are major concerns in the state, with youth often falling prey to the two menaces.Guwahati: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu today launched an online certificate course on drug abuse prevention for all state government employees. The step is one of the measures being taken to stop substance abuse in the state. In the first phase, Group A and B employees of the state government will have to mandatorily enroll in the four-month course. These employees, equipped with knowledge of drug abuse prevention and management, would become ambassadors of change in the society, the chief minister said. A certificate will be awarded to those successfully completing the course. Terming the initiative a strong push to the government's fight against drug abuse, Mr Khandu said alcoholism and substance abuse are major concerns in the state, with youth often falling prey to the two menaces.Guwahati: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu today launched an online certificate course on drug abuse prevention for all state government employees. The step is one of the measures being taken to stop substance abuse in the state. In the first phase, Group A and B employees of the state government will have to mandatorily enroll in the four-month course. These employees, equipped with knowledge of drug abuse prevention and management, would become ambassadors of change in the society, the chief minister said. A certificate will be awarded to those successfully completing the course. Terming the initiative a strong push to the government's fight against drug abuse, Mr Khandu said alcoholism and substance abuse are major concerns in the state, with youth often falling prey to the two menaces.Guwahati: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu today launched an online certificate course on drug abuse prevention for all state government employees. The step is one of the measures being taken to stop substance abuse in the state. In the first phase, Group A and B employees of the state government will have to mandatorily enroll in the four-month course. These employees, equipped with knowledge of drug abuse prevention and management, would become ambassadors of change in the society, the chief minister said. A certificate will be awarded to those successfully completing the course. Terming the initiative a strong push to the government's fight against drug abuse, Mr Khandu said alcoholism and substance abuse are major concerns in the state, with youth often falling prey to the two menaces.Guwahati: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu today launched an online certificate course on drug abuse prevention for all state government employees. The step is one of the measures being taken to stop substance abuse in the state. In the first phase, Group A and B employees of the state government will have to mandatorily enroll in the four-month course. These employees, equipped with knowledge of drug abuse prevention and management, would become ambassadors of change in the society, the chief minister said. A certificate will be awarded to those successfully completing the course. Terming the initiative a strong push to the government's fight against drug abuse, Mr Khandu said alcoholism and substance abuse are major concerns in the state, with youth often falling prey to the two menaces.Guwahati: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu today launched an online certificate course on drug abuse prevention for all state government employees. The step is one of the measures being taken to stop substance abuse in the state. In the first phase, Group A and B employees of the state government will have to mandatorily enroll in the four-month course. These employees, equipped with knowledge of drug abuse prevention and management, would become ambassadors of change in the society, the chief minister said. A certificate will be awarded to those successfully completing the course. Terming the initiative a strong push to the government's fight against drug abuse, Mr Khandu said alcoholism and substance abuse are major concerns in the state, with youth often falling prey to the two menaces.Guwahati: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu today launched an online certificate course on drug abuse prevention for all state government employees. The step is one of the measures being taken to stop substance abuse in the state. In the first phase, Group A and B employees of the state government will have to mandatorily enroll in the four-month course. These employees, equipped with knowledge of drug abuse prevention and management, would become ambassadors of change in the society, the chief minister said. A certificate will be awarded to those successfully completing the course. Terming the initiative a strong push to the government's fight against drug abuse, Mr Khandu said alcoholism and substance abuse are major concerns in the state, with youth often falling prey to the two menaces.Guwahati: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu today launched an online certificate course on drug abuse prevention for all state government employees. The step is one of the measures being taken to stop substance abuse in the state. In the first phase, Group A and B employees of the state government will have to mandatorily enroll in the four-month course. These employees, equipped with knowledge of drug abuse prevention and management, would become ambassadors of change in the society, the chief minister said. A certificate will be awarded to those successfully completing the course. Terming the initiative a strong push to the government's fight against drug abuse, Mr Khandu said alcoholism and substance abuse are major concerns in the state, with youth often falling prey to the two menaces.Guwahati: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu today launched an online certificate course on drug abuse prevention for all state government employees. The step is one of the measures being taken to stop substance abuse in the state. In the first phase, Group A and B employees of the state government will have to mandatorily enroll in the four-month course. These employees, equipped with knowledge of drug abuse prevention and management, would become ambassadors of change in the society, the chief minister said. A certificate will be awarded to those successfully completing the course. Terming the initiative a strong push to the government's fight against drug abuse, Mr Khandu said alcoholism and substance abuse are major concerns in the state, with youth often falling prey to the two menaces.Guwahati: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu today launched an online certificate course on drug abuse prevention for all state government employees. The step is one of the measures being taken to stop substance abuse in the state. In the first phase, Group A and B employees of the state government will have to mandatorily enroll in the four-month course. These employees, equipped with knowledge of drug abuse prevention and management, would become ambassadors of change in the society, the chief minister said. A certificate will be awarded to those successfully completing the course. Terming the initiative a strong push to the government's fight against drug abuse, Mr Khandu said alcoholism and substance abuse are major concerns in the state, with youth often falling prey to the two menaces.Guwahati: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu today launched an online certificate course on drug abuse prevention for all state government employees. The step is one of the measures being taken to stop substance abuse in the state. In the first phase, Group A and B employees of the state government will have to mandatorily enroll in the four-month course. These employees, equipped with knowledge of drug abuse prevention and management, would become ambassadors of change in the society, the chief minister said. A certificate will be awarded to those



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