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FDDI, Kolkata conducts Basic Level training programme for the inmates of the Presidency Correctional Home
 
 

Footwear Design & Development Institute (FDDI) Kolkata, under the patronage of Hon’ble Government of West Bengal and Directorate of Correctional Services initiated a Basic Level training programme for the inmates of the Presidency Correctional Home, Kolkata.

 

The training programme was inaugurated by Mr. Arun Kumar Gupta, IPS, DG & IG (Correctional Services).

 

The objective of the training programme was to impart a revenue generating skill in the inmates of the correctional home, which in the long run would provide a livelihood support after they are released from the correctional home.

 

The programme was graced by the presence of Mr. Biplab Kr Dasgupta, DIG (Presidency); Ms. Alokananda Roy, eminent social personality; and other officials of Directorate of Correctional Services.

 

Dignitaries During The Inauguration Of The Training Programme
Dignitaries During The Inauguration Of The Training Programme

 

The objective of the training programme was to impart a revenue generating skill in the inmates of the correctional home, which in the long run would provide a livelihood support after they are released from the correctional home.

 

The training programme started from 04th of November 2016.

 

The objective of the short term training programme is to impart basic skills to the inmates of the correctional homes in different areas of leather goods and accessories making like Designing, Pattern Cutting, Closing, Assembling, Quality Control and other processes related to leather goods and accessories manufacturing.

 

The focus of the training is to impart skill and knowledge on the most appropriate and latest technology, systems, materials and method of production so that the gap of availability of qualitative trained manpower in the leather goods industry can be filled up to some extent.

 

The initiative would play significant role in empowering the inmates by enabling them to access gainful wage employment opportunities resulting in appreciable improvement in their livelihoods on a sustainable basis.

 

By providing gainful, sustainable, decent high wage employment opportunity, it will enable in achieving measurable social security benefits in the long run.


 

 

 
 
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