JKRLM teams up with RSETI Budgam to host a one month Training course for SHGs
BUDGAM, AUGUST 24: Continuing to skill up the Rural Women, Jammu Kashmir Rural Livelihood Mission (JKRLM) in collaboration with Rural Self Employment Training Institutes (RSETI) Budgam, today inaugurated one month long Training Course for Self help group (SHG) members of JKRLM at Kralpora Village, District Budgam.
30 SHG members from Block Bagati Kani Pora (BK PORA) will be trained in Tila embroidery. The training on tilla embroidery has been tailor made to suit the vogue taste and trends of youth.
Mission Director Kashmir JKRLM Indu Kanwal Chib, expressed her satisfaction about getting the SHG members at Block Level enrolled for training courses in various skills and said that such programmes would go a long way in generating self employment amongst the SHG members.
MD further stated that women have an innate capacity to be a contributing member in the society and they need only an enabling environment for reaching out to their potential and exploring their capabilities, which is the major focus of JKRLM.
Speaking on the occasion Block Programme Manager BK Pora, Madina Bukhari said ”these kinds of training courses aim at rejuvenating the traditional skills and help the rural women earn their livelihood”.
Adding further she said that Tilla embroidery is one of the most popular Kashmiri handicrafts which has seen a reappearance in recent times as young female folk are getting more fascinated by it”,she added.
JKRLM in its multidimensional approach to alleviate poverty among the rural populace is skilling up the rural women to generate livelihoods and simultaneously exploring the market places for their finished products. In order to boost the confidence among the SHG members Mission walks an extra mile by opening up the new business windows for the SHG members. She added.
On the occasion Director RSETI Budgam Rukhsana Ul Nisa informed that the month-long training course will be free of cost for the SHG members and a certificate will be provided to the participants at the end of the course after due scrutiny of the skills acquired by the trainees. She further thanked JKRLM for their efforts and coordination for getting the women SHG members onboard for this training.