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Caste, handicrafts
A boon to conservation
# Orientation classes
under Kove on PM
Vishwakarma scheme
• Easy financial
assistance of Rs
• Free skill
training on 18 fields
City Bureau, January 25 (Namaste Telam Gana): Additional Collector of Hydara Bad
District, Madhusudan said that PM Vishwakarma
scheme aims to provide free training in skills and encouragement with
financial assistance to aspiring entrepreneurs.
Orientation conference on PM Vishwakarma
scheme organized under the aegis of Telangana Confederation of Women Entrepreneurs (Cove). Held at Classic Garden, Secunderabad, MSMEs, various handicraftsmen,
Cove representatives and enthusiastic industrialists
were present. He said that the PM Vishwakarva scheme introduced by the Center with the aim of protecting caste professions.
and handicrafts will help to establish a self-sustaining system and small and medium scale cottage industries. Through this scheme
He said that the applicants will be given special training for the professions mentioned in the scheme and will be given a stipend of Rs.500 per day and free accommodation for the training period. If you apply through Aadhaar, Aadhaar-linked mobile number and ration card, the selection will be completed online. He said that there is no need to go around the work and there is no need to pay any fees and charges to the mediators. Similarly, application can be made free of charge at the Common Service Center. selected
Orientation classes experts, Cove organizers participated in the meeting
He said that they will be given training
programs, bank loan facility and certificate in three
stages. He said that only the castes mentioned in the PM Vishwakarma scheme are eligible and it will be the right platform for them to grow as aspiring entrepreneurs. Assistant Director of MSME, Sumathi, gave
awareness about the application procedure, required applications and the benefits of this scheme through a power point presentation. More than 150 people attended the orientation session, online registration along with course details and scheme procedures.
Advice to professionals. Co-Way Telangana
Chapter President Chetana Jain said that the aim
of this program is to provide the fruits of the
scheme offered by the Center to the caste workers. GM-DIC Preeti Pawan Kumar, MSME Officers Srinivasa Rao, Kove India
Sala Hadaru Karuna Gopal, Kove Vice
President Kalpana Rao, Secretary Neeraja Godavarthy, Kosha Dhikari Nisha Aggarwal, Joint Secretary Anuradha Karati, Nai
Brahmin Sangam Vice President Mallesh,
Gold Smith were present in the programme.
Pitlampalli Ramalinganchari Association participated.