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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Skill Development And Enhanced Livelihood Opportunities Through Apparel Making & Embroidery Trainings KVK, Kampasagar, Nalgonda District

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K. Veeranjaneyulu, G. Krishnaveni, G. Lakpathi, Dr. P. Rajanikanth



Index Terms: Training, Apparel making, Embroidery, supplementary income, KVK, Kampasagar, Rural women, employment



Abstract: It is evident that through Apparel making & Embroidery training program there is about 151.6% gain in knowledge among the Trainees. It is evident that from the study on Apparel making and Embroidery Training given by KVK, Kampasagar every trainee has become an earner of supplementary income. The beneficiaries got hands on experience during the training program and started individual units in their respective villages and also got employment in the nearby apparel companies. The KVK is offering necessary technical support during the follow up visits. There is good demand for Apparels. The Apparel making & Embroidery has given a boost to livelihoods of rural women and giving supplementary income and additional employment especially to house wives.



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