For enhancing entrepreneurial and technical skills and to sensitise rural women with the latest technology in the field of garment making, Centre for Research & Industrial Staff Performance (CRISP), in association with National Research Development Corporation, Government of India, New Delhi, conducted 6 weeks’ specially designed training programme on Garment Making with CAD for women from rural areas of nearby Bhopal ie Jhirniya, Tarasewaniya & Parwaliya Sadak.
The basic objective of this programme was to help the rural women develop and enhance their personality as well as the flair of entrepreneurship so that they come out from their homes and compete with others, learn from them and grow.
In all, 26 rural women participants undertook the training.
The training included expert sessions in the field of Garment making on technical/ personality development and entrepreneurial aspects of business and its management.
The final certification and valediction of the participants was done in the presence of CRISP & NRDC officials Shakuntala Dawar & Mukesh Kashyap who lauded the efforts of CRISP in successfully conducting the training and motivated the participants to start their own enterprise.
Finally in the vote of thanks by Sansmriti Mishra, Programme coordinator (Entrepreneurship Department, CRISP Bhopal) stress was laid on promoting self employment prospects for rural women through sponsor institutions like NRDC, New Delhi.