Vocational course at madarsa
Jan 2, 2011, 09.28pm IST
VARANASI: To provide vocational training to Muslim and dalit girls, a
30-day course on fashion designing and garment making was started at
Madarsa Khwaja Garib Nawaz, Rahimpur, Lohta, on Saturday.
"The course is supported by the Rural Training Centre (RTC) of the
Union Bank of India," said Naushaba, woman facilitator of the Human
Welfare Association (HWA). According to her, 32 women were enrolled
for free training. Out of them, 28 hail from Muslim community.
HWA director Rajni Kant said after the completion of the course, those
women would be given certificates by the bank. They could then take
loan from banks to begin their own garment making units.
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