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    Meghalaya Youth Policy to be ready by November

    Following the receiving of public feedback, the draft policy will undergo necessary changes before placing it in the cabinet

    GUWAHATI: Meghalaya to come up with the draft of the much-awaited State Youth Policy in November.  For the youths of the neighbouring state Meghalaya, the state government there has been formulating the State Youth Policy in line with the National Youth Policy.

    On Friday, Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma reviewed the State Youth Policy with Sports and Youth Affairs minister Banteidor Lyngdoh and officials of the Sports and Youth Affairs Department on the draft.

    Sangma said, “Youth comprise at least 30 percent of Meghalaya’s population. In line with the National Youth Policy, the Meghalaya State Youth Policy is being formulated to shape the future of our youth. The draft will be put up in public domain by November 2020 and will then be presented to the Cabinet.”

    He added that after receiving feedback, the draft policy will undergo necessary changes before placing it in the cabinet.


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