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March 26, 2023 2:50 pm

After football-making training, self-group group in Jalandhar village starts earning monthly income over Rs 1 lakh

Jalandhar, December 27

In a rare accomplishment, a self-help group of 25 women in village Wariyana has started earning monthly income worth Rs. One lakh after District Administration Jalandhar has provided football-making training to the group under Punjab State Rural Livelihood Mission.

The training was provided in collaboration with the local football industry to fulfill their workforce demand.

Divulging the details, Deputy Commissioner Jaspreet Singh said that Jalandhar is known for its football industry; therefore a special training camp was organized for unemployed women to learn the techniques of football stitching as per the requirements of the industry.

He further mentioned that there was ample demand for workers in the football industry and the administration was making concerted efforts to provide the required workforce to meet this demand.

He said that after completing the training, the first batch of 25 women has started working in village Wariyana by forming a self-help group and getting ample work on a daily basis.

The DC also said that the administration is planning more training sessions to connect the maximum number of women under this mission so that more and more unemployed and needy beneficiaries could become part of this unique initiative.

He also said that after this training, all these 25 women are getting maximum work from the football industry adding that they are running their small enterprise at Wariyana village.

Paramjit Kaur, one of the m, said that she had received football stitching training under Punjab State Rural Livelihood Mission in September, wherein she along with other 24 members had undergone the technical aspects of football making aimed at meeting the requirement of manufacturers.

‘Once, training was completed, we started having orders from the different manufacturers which gave a fillip to the income of our group’, she added. She said that they had received orders worth Rs. One lakh immediately after starting working here. Paramjit Kaur also thanked Deputy Commissioner Jaspreet Singh for arranging this training session for rural women to empower them.

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