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Sreelatha Menon: Skilling the skilled?

Weavers dont require skilling, they need work and access to markets

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Sreelatha Menon: Skilling the skilled?

Weavers dont require skilling, they need work and access to markets

About 35 sector skill councils are being set up and, according to sources, the government might set up a sector skill council for handlooms and handicrafts. The effort is being made under the initiative of the International Labour Organisation. >
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