Mail news service
Jamshedpur, December 17th: With the aim of promoting self-employment, sewing training is provided to women and girls by the Jharkhand State Khadi and Village Industries Board. Applicants were interviewed for the six-month training program at the Bistupur, Birsanagar and Ghorabandha centers. The interview panel included Vibhuti Kumar, director of Khadi Board’s Jamshedpur center, assistant coach Nitu Singh and designer Ambika Bauri from the board’s Ranchi office.
A total of 111 candidates came for the interview at the Khadi Board office in Jamshedpur at Q Road of Bistupur. While 25 candidates were selected for the training program at Dumaria center, another 25 for Bistupur center, 25 for Birsanagar and 15 for Ghorabandha were selected.
Vibhuti Kumar Rai, while giving this information, said that the trainees would receive a stipend of 4,500 rupees per month during the training period and that after the end of the six-month course, they would get sewing machines to start their training. ways to earn money. They will also receive certificates for the training they have taken. Rakesh Kumar, Sangit Kumari and other staff helped conduct the interview.