Telangana Minority Finance Corporation would establish 50 community training and production centres in the city, announced Deputy Chief Minister Mahmood Ali on Wednesday.

After launching a centre at Tolichowki, he said three such centres were already launched on pilot basis near Charminar, Misrigunj and Tolichowki with the aim to provide sustainable employment to women. 

“There is huge response to these centres and we have decided to open more of them in the city and then establish the centres in districts also,” he said.

Chairman TMFC Akbar Hussain said in collaboration with different NGOs, the project would be extended to engage and empower woman in

slum areas. “In Tolichowki we started this centre with the help of Babu Khan Trust where as other two centres were co-sponsored by CIT and Khak-e-Taiba organisations,” he said.

The TMFC would bear the capital cost of up to Rs 25 lakh to establish a centre while partner NGO has to operate and maintain the centre. After training at these centres, a woman would easily earn from Rs 5,000 to Rs 10,000 monthly for livelihood, Akbar Hussain said.

MIM MLA Kauser Mohiduddin applauded the State government initiative to open the centre for woman in his constituency. B Shafiullah Managing Director TSMF, Baheeruddin Babukhan and others were present on the occasion.

No Comments For This Post, Be first to write a Comment.
Leave a Comment
Enter the code shown:

Can't read the image? click here to refresh

Todays Epaper

English Weekly

neerus indian ethnic wear
Latest Urdu News

Should KCR hand over his political legacy to son KTR?

Can't Say