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Non Formal Skill Training for Marginalized Young Women Inaugurated at Kalaburagi Back
Non formal skill training for marginalized young women was inaugurated at Don Bosco, Bablad, Kalaburagi. “The skill training programme is a launching pad for the marginalized young women in the district to become earning members and self reliant individuals in the society”, said Basavaraj Varavatti, DCPO, Kalaburagi. Speaking on the occasion, Pappamma Habalkar, CDPO, Kalaburagi Rural said that mastering a skill will stand the women in good stead for the future.

The skill training programme that includes Industrial Sewing Machine Operator (ISMO) and Information Technology Enabled Services (ITES) is implemented in collaboration with BREADS, Bangalore. The project intends to deliver skill training to 100 women in a year. The ISMO training would be conducted at Don Bosco, Bablad and ITES training at Don Bosco PYaR, Kalaburagi.

Fr. Saji George SDB, Director, Don Bosco PYaR, Kalaburagi, Fr. Prasad SDB, Project Director, Don Bosco PYaR, Kalaburagi, Fr. George Kollashani, Director, Don Bosco IDEAL, Kalaburagi, Vittal Chikani, Member, CWC, Kalaburagi, Vyud Begum, Member, Savalgi Panchayat, Sr. Irene Lobo Shobhana Joshi, Asst. CDPO, Kalaburagi Rural, over 50 students, teachers, representatives from various SHG’s at the villages, staff and non teaching staff were present for the programme. Mapanna Holker welcomed, Basavaraj Jawali compered the gathering and Rajkumar MD proposed vote of thanks.