IMPHAL: The All Manipur Press Association (AMPA) held its facilitation function at Classic Grande on Thursday. The event was graced by Education Minister Dr. Radeshyam Meetei with officials of All India Federation of Master Printers (AIFMP) and All Manipur Press Association together with all the members of the sponsored team.
Minister Radheshyam appreciated the efforts of a staging up such workshop to articulate the concerns of the Indian printing industry at national and international forum and to work towards improvement of conditions in the Indian printing industry and to educate the general public and business houses and industrial undertakings about the value of quality printing. He requested all the members of AIFPM and AMPA to acknowledge the potential of printing revolution in the state and seek his attention in outcome of maintaining quality printed books and study materials for the students and academician in the state and for the country.
Vice President of AMPA Dr. N Saratchandra told the press that it is a forth-stepping achievement of (AMPA) to acknowledge that the least contribution made by the association has lead to recognition by All India Federation of Master Printer (AIFMP) in improving the technical knowledge of all concerned in the industry by establishing apprenticeship schemes, conducting technical schools and technologies in cooperation with the Government, universities, municipalities and other public bodies, individuals and business houses in establishing and running such institutions and by securing or awarding scholarships and prizes to study markets, develop new products and additional uses of printing and to develop better methods of sales management and plant management.