Stitching a future for women with tailoring courses

first_imgMalakpet: A concluding session of tailoring session at tailoring centre in the Head office of Safa Bait-ul-Maal (SBM) was held here wherein a large number of girls and women were awarded certificates after their completion of their training programme.Addressing the gathering, Vice President at central SBM Mufty Abdul Muhaimin Izhar Qasmi said that household women should try their hands on tailoring to become self sufficient with a better source of livelihood. To start with, they need to prepare the dresses of their own family in an attempt to strengthen their financial condition. Also Read – Patancheru: Locals irked over overflowing nalas Advertise With Us More so, he asserted that every trade oriented practice that begins with home often yields good result. “Development comes at the cost of hard work. It became impossible to achieve name, fame and progress without toiling hard for the same. More so, sky is the limit for those who want strive for the progress. Women and girls should develop self-confidence and always try to achieve wisdom. People, who start their endeavour to achieve big with strong determination, will never look back,” he said. Also Read – Banjara Hills: Anything but a Japanese Park Advertise With Us The aim of Safa Bait-ul-Maal has been to provide the poor household women a better opportunity and economically-stable life through training them in the field of tailoring in the past 10 years. Thus, the tailoring centres were formed at various localities to train the girls and the women, so that they could stitch their future in better way and look after their families by their own. The organization has various centers in the city, such as Malakpet, Mallepally, Bandlaguda, Wattepally, Hafiz Babanagar and Shastripuram wherein women and girls were given training for six months. Subsequently, a test will be held and certificates would be distributed among those who completed their training.last_img

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