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Footwear training to make prisoners skilled: Furniture, after handloom, now the prisoners of Agra Central Jail will join the shoe industry

Footwear training to make prisoners skilled: Furniture, after handloom, now the prisoners of Agra Central Jail will join the shoe industry

Prison Minister Dharamvir Prajapati is emphasizing on the industry in the jails of the state under the One District-One Product i.e. ODOP. Soon the prisoners of Agra Central Jail will be trained by the Footwear Institute. About 200 captives in Agra Central Jail are associated with furniture, phenyl, soap, carpets and handloom industries. More than 30 prisoners are skilled in making furniture. While around 40 prisoners have mastered weaving on handloom, in 2020, when all the industries in the country were struggling with recession, the inmates of Agra Central Jail made a furniture of one crore. There was still a demand for handmade furniture from the prisoners of Agra in various courts of the state. Soon people will also wear hand -made shoes of Central Jail inmates. The scheme to train 50 detainees in the beginning of DIG Jail Agra Zone VK Singh Central Jail and other districts of the division to train the prisoners for the industries operated under the ODOP in the jails of the division. Are insisting They are also trying to make their products online sell online. DIG Jail VK Singh said that the prisoner of Central Jail will learn 'skills' to make leather shoes. The prisoners will be trained by the Central Footwear Training Institute Agra. Initially about 50 detainees will be trained. After training, the prisoners will get a certificate. Due to this, the prisoners will get a new employment opportunity in the jail. The prisoners were given handloom to the prisoners, the prisoners of the training, the prisoners of the jail have also become skilled in handloom products. Bharat Pataka Handloom Center, Jabalpur gave the prisoners training for handloom products. The institution also provided equipment to prisoners. The prisoners are paid according to the pattern. About 40 prisoners associated with the Hathkarag industry prepare shirts, sheets, kurta-pajamas etc. with white and colored threads. For the last three years, the captives have been weaving on the handicrafts. Their products are demanded at all times. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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July 29th 2022, 2:27 am
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