50 selected women to produce incense sticks supported by Gram Udig board | Avenue Mail

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Serakela, September 2 At the instigation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Sarikela Nagar Panchayat President Minakshi Patatanic has killed India’s self-confidence and tightened its grip on the Gram Udig Board, which leads to the election of 50 women under Nagar Panchayat. They were given 10 days of training in the production of incense sticks. The women will be given 20,000 Rebels and 2,000 Rebels in cash as capital work, with an estimated 20,000 rubles for a pedestrian incense burner.

The facilitation was provided by the Khadi Gram Udyog Commission of the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises of the Government of India, with the aim of empowering women under India. Manoj Kumer Sin, a member of the Kadi Gram Udiog Commission (Eastern Region), attended a program on Thursday, September 2, at the Sarikela Town Hall.

Manoj Kumar Singh is pleased to announce the 50 women beneficiaries of the KGUC, a KGUC under the Prime Minister’s Employment Program. It has announced plans for the mining, forestry, agro and cereals, polymer and chemical industries, rural engineering and biotechnology, textile and service industries.

He said Kegik is making technical progress in rural self-reliance. Former Interior Minister Jabbie Tubid, who has been playing a key role in self-development and women’s empowerment in the Kolhan region, said at the time that the main goal was to connect women to self-employment through technical production. Efficient, especially in rural areas to play an important role in increasing family finances and improving living standards.

The program began with the lighting of Mahatma Gandhi’s traditional floral lighting. During the program, Serakela Nagar Panchayat President Minakshi Patananik, Cadi Gram Udiyog Board Director (Ranchi) Jake Gupta, LDM BK Sinha, DIC GM and Lagu Udiyog Barati Mannoj Kumar wished a bright future for women users.

The program was held at Rajiev Malhotra, KGUC State Office, Ranchi. The vote of thanks was delivered by VPN Kumar Sinha, secretary of the Singhum Village Industry Development Institute.

Serakela Nagar Panchayat President Minanashi Patatanic is the result of a series of self-help programs in which 50 women, who have gained the opportunity to become self-reliant through incense burning, have tried to unite women’s groups and vulnerable women in the Nagar Panchayat area. Continuous efforts for this purpose. Minashshi organized training and self-employment opportunities for women.

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