Srinagar: The Ten Days training programme for women entrepreneurs of Srinagar district concluded on Saturday at Kashmir university (KU) here.
According to a statement issued here, the valedictory function chaired by the Registrar, Prof Nilofer Khan.
Prof Khan appreciated the efforts of USHA International towards women empowerment in India. She assured all help and support to USHA International from Kashmir University in establishment of USHA Silai Schools in Kashmir valley.
Later on participants were given signages, sewing machines and certificates by the Registrar.
The programme was organized by the Department of Social Work in collaboration with USHA International New Delhi. The USHA International sponsored basic training course in sewing and stitching of 20 women entrepreneurs of the Srinagar district, which was a part of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between USHA International Ltd New Delhi and Department of Social Work, Kashmir University.
The training of participants was provided by various resource persons from USHA. The trained women entrepreneurs are expected to establish their Local Silai Schools with in their communities that would ensure livelihood support for themselves and others as well.