‘Training Workshop on Leather Goods Making’ established by FDDI at Chak Majra village, Jammu imparted requisite professional skill
The third consecutive initiative of conducting ‘Training Workshop on Leather Goods Making’ in Jammu district by Footwear Design & Development Institute (FDDI) has achieved the desired objective.
With the successful completion of the training workshop conducted by FDDI, fifty female trainees have acquired requisite professional skill at the training center established at Chak Majra village in Jammu district.
The trainees who underwent the training workshop which was conducted from 15th November 2021 to 17th December 2021 have acquired skills and are self-reliant able of generating new product ideas using fusion of traditional crafts and leather.
They are technically equipped & capable to make day to day products like Ladies Belt, File Folder, Photo frame, Table Mat, Table Lamp Stand, Jutti incorporating leather along with textile products like Jhola Bag, Shopping Bag, Laptop Bag using tweed fabric incorporating embroidery, which demonstrates the legacy of Jammu & Kashmir.
On successful completion of training workshop, a jury session was organized in the presence of Mr. Onkar Singh, Secretary, Saini Sabha, Dev Stahan Kingria, Mr. Vijay Kumar, Punch, Ward no. 1, Chak Majra, Jammu.
The jury members met with all the trainees and inspected the displayed products made by them. They appreciated/praised all the trainees for the products made by them. Certificates of participation were then awarded to each of the participants.
All the jury members thanked FDDI for organizing the training workshop on Leather Goods making and requested FDDI to start more training workshops in Jammu & Kashmir.